potassium bromate

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potassium bromate

[pə′tas·ē·əm ′brō‚māt]
(inorganic chemistry)
KBrO3 Water-soluble, white crystals, melting at 434°C; insoluble in alcohol; strong oxidizer and a fire hazard; used in analytical chemistry and as an additive for permanent-wave compounds.
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The shipment includes two high performance yearling bulls, Galawater Bold Knight E924 (EBV +30), by Jet Eric U103 of Newcairnie, from Jim Logan, Pirntaton, Fountain-hall, Galashiels, Selkirkshire, and Balmachie Euan E010 (EBV +21), by the 11,000gns Idvies stock bull, Eastfield Eddie B080, from John Las-celles, Balmachie, Carnoustie, Angus.
The shipment includes two high performance yearling bulls, Galawater Bold Knight E924 (EBV +30), by Jet Eric U103 of Newcairnie, from Jim Logan, Pirntaton, Fountainhall, Galashiels, Selkirkshire, and Balmachie Euan E010 (EBV +21), by the 11,000gns Idvies stock bull, Eastfield Eddie B080, from John Lascelles, Balmachie, Carnoustie, Angus.