hydrobromic acid

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hy·dro·bro·mic ac·id

(hī'drō-brō'mik as'id),
An aqueous solution of hydrogen bromide (HBr); its salts are bromides.
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Argyropoulos, "Production of cellulose nanocrystals using hydrobromic acid and click reactions on their surface," Journal of Materials Science, vol.
Researchers pumped liquid bromine over a graphite cathode and hydrobromic acid under a porous anode while flowing hydrogen gas across the anode.
Specialist chemicals company Albemarle Corporation (NYSE:ALB) stated on Thursday that it will raise the prices for elemental bromine and hydrobromic acid in India, China and other parts of Asia by 25%.
These units were condensed in a reaction catalyzed by hydrobromic acid to yield the respective dipyrrin, which was then complexed with the difluoroboryl unit.
For determining pentosan content, 0.5 g of ground wood was refluxed with 200 mL 3.2 M hydrobromic acid in a soxhlet extraction thimble.
[The scavengers used in leaded gasoline] or combustion of anything with chlorine or bromine will make hydrochloric and hydrobromic acid, so the actual muffler systems get corroded.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 13, 2011-Albemarle Corporation announces rise of elemental bromine and hydrobromic acid prices(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com