hydrobromic

hydrobromic

(ˌhaɪdrəˈbrəʊmɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) made up of hydrogen and bromine
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In the North American region, bromines are applied in brine fluids, hydrogen bromide or hydrobromic acid, and organobromines.
A hydrogen-bromine combination is potentially ideal for flow batteries, but hydrobromic acid eats through most membrane materials, severely limiting the battery's life.
AREVA and Schneider Electric have signed an R&D agreement to develop a new energy storage solution, called the flow battery in order to produce and store electricity by combining hydrobromic acid and hydrogen.
The new flow battery energy storage solution will produce and store electricity by combining hydrobromic acid and hydrogen.
To a solution of the compound 3, in of glacial acetic acid at the boiling point, four drops of hydrobromic acid were added.
The second phase of the expansion will double the current capacity of key bromine derivatives, hydrobromic acid, calcium bromide, and sodium bromide, and is scheduled for commissioning in May 2013, said a top official.
Klason lignin content in the wood specimens was determined using 72 percent sulfuric acid and 40 percent hydrobromic acid (Runkel and Wilke 1951).
Fluxes that contain hydrochloric acid, hydrobromic acid and halogenated OA fluxes should be avoided, as they will damage both the fluxer and soldering machine over time.
The pyrolytic products of Halon 1301 may contain hydrofluoric acid, hydrobromic acid, carbonyl-fluoride, and carbonyl-bromide, all of which have been reported as respiratory irritants but have not been reported to cause any hematologic effects (Harrison et al.
It manufactures Liquid Bromine, Hydrobromic Acid, n-propyl Bromide, Tetra Bromo Bisphenol A (TBBA), and Speciality Bromine Chemicals used in agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, flame retardants, amongst other applications.
The Global Hydrobromic Acid Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Hydrobromic Acid spread across 157 pages, profiling 12 companies and supported with 236 tables and figures.
In the first reaction of the synthesis, endo-DCPD is slowly added to a stirred solution of hydrobromic acid (HBr) under nitrogen, heated to 75[degrees]C and allowed to stir overnight.