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Related to bromate: Potassium bromate, Hypobromite

bromate

[′brō‚māt]
(chemistry)
BrO3-A negative ion derived from bromic acid, HBrO3
A salt of bromic acid.
C9H9ClO3 A light brown solid with a melting point of 118-119°C; used as a herbicide to control weeds in crops such as flax, cereals, and legumes.
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An analysis of eighteen different commercial brands of packaged drinking water purchased from local markets in Mumbai revealed presence of bromate, chlorite and chlorate in them.
Most of the potassium bromate added to foods converts to non-carcinogenic potassium bromide during the process of baking, but small but still significant unconverted amounts can remain, putting eaters everywhere at risk.
revealed Bromate levels of 239 micrograms per litre, far above a public health limit that dictated a maximum
There have been issues with excessive bromate content contaminating water and we don't want that to happen so will be having stringent norms on this as well as on levels of mineral content," Badri said.
In coordination with the Early Warning Centre in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), "Spring" natural water, a Syrian product, was rejected and prevented from entering the market after tests showed that it violates approved specifications and for high rate of Bromate in its combination.
Summary: Authorities on Tuesday named two more companies whose bottled water samples were ordered to be recalled because of excessive levels of bromate, long term consumption of which could cause cancer.
Exposure to asbestos, particularly occupational exposure, long-standing hydrocele, trauma, herniorrhaphy, and potassium bromate in drinking water in animal models have all been implicated in the pathogenesis of this disease.
with those agencies to determine the rate of bromate in drinking water.
Also, there is an increasing awareness to adhere to international norms and regulation like EPA guidelines for wastewater discharge, World Health Organisation norms for level of bromate in produced drinking water etc- contributing to a growth in analytical instruments and services.
This issue went public last May when a reporter for a local newspaper published a story on the use of Potassium Bromate by many bakeries in the West Bank.
see also Jyllian Kemsley, Bromate in Los Angeles Water, 85 CHEMICAL & ENGINEERING NEWS, Dec.
ECT using UV and hydrogen peroxide that proceeds through the hydroxyl radical does not produce the bromate ion (BrOw) byproduct from the bromide ion in the water.