brominate

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bro·mi·nate

(brō′mə-nāt′)
v.
To combine with bromine or with a compound containing bromine.
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Binay also cited warnings that 'long-term exposure' to brominated flame retardants used in circuit boards and plastic casings can 'lead to impaired learning and memory functions, thyroid and estrogen hormone systems, and exposure in the womb has been linked to behavioral problems.'
Albemarle Corporation (NYSE: ALB), a company involved in the global specialty chemicals industry, is increasing the price of certain brominated flame retardants and bromine derivatives effective January 1, 2017.
Demand will be offset by sluggish adoption in the electronics industry, as use of brominated flame retardants continues to face stricter regulations.
Clearon said it plans to continue to sell brominated biocide products to the pool and spa industry.
The numerical values presented in Table 1 indicate that the branched and brominated samples have a MW to IV ratio that is different from that of the linear pure polystyrene, suggesting that branching and bromination change the way in which the polymers coil in solution.
The company's spokesman said its (http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/522946/20131118/lebron-james-powerade-nba.htm) Powerade drinks are now free of brominated vegetable oil, an ingredient linked to a flame retardant, as reported by the (http://www.ap.org/) Associated Press .
PepsiCo had said last year that it would remove brominated vegetable oil from Gatorade.
Biotransformation and cytotoxicity of a brominated flame retardant, tetrabromobisphenol A, and its analogues in rat hepatocytes.
The brand also applies to Chemtura's brominated performance products and fumigants businesses.
"They deliver excellent elongation, chemical resistance and impact, and actually offer better electrical and flammability performance than brominated FR grades.
Electronic equipment contains toxics such as mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, beryllium and brominated flame retardants.
It agreed to effectively ban using the brominated flame retardant deca-BDE in textiles, clothing and bed mattresses carrying the label.