hydrobromic

hydrobromic

(ˌhaɪdrəˈbrəʊmɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) made up of hydrogen and bromine
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Tenders invited for Supply of Hydrobromic acid, 47% pure
Accordingly, iterative use of commercially available vinylmagnesium bromide (2), 47% hydrobromic acid, and methyl acetoacetate (3) enables us to prepare 1 from all commercially available 2-hexanone (4, Fig.
It is manufactured by the reaction between hydrobromic acid and lithium carbonate.
The leading and diverse medical purposes for which desomorphine or Permonid[R] was sold as hydrobromic acid salt included analgesic, antitussive and even sedative uses.
When mineral acids such as hydrochloric acid or hydrobromic acid are added, hydrogen ions protonate the individual components and the structure falls apart.
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.
To a solution of the compound 3, in of glacial acetic acid at the boiling point, four drops of hydrobromic acid were added.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 2, 2013-Albemarle Corporation reports 25% rise in elemental bromine and hydrobromic acid prices(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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.
Symmetric BODIPYs can be obtained from the condensation of two identical pyrrolic units and a carbonyl compound (aldehyde or acyl chloride) in a reaction catalyzed by a strong acid, which is commonly hydrobromic acid (HBr) or trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) (Figure 1).
Klason lignin content in the wood specimens was determined using 72 percent sulfuric acid and 40 percent hydrobromic acid (Runkel and Wilke 1951).