cesium bromide

cesium bromide

[′sē·zē·əm ′brō‚mīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CsBr A colorless, crystalline powder with a melting point of 636°C; soluble in water; used in medicine, for infrared spectroscopy, and in scintillation counters.
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8,475,773), The solution, which has a pH ranging from 7.00 to 9.70, consists of a cesium salt, and wherein the cesium salt is selected from a group consisting of cesium arginate, cesium ascorbate, cesium caprylate, cesium cysteinate, cesium fumarate, cesium humate, cesium fulvate, cesium methionate, cesium glutamate, cesium gluconate, cesium glycinate, cesium aspartate, cesium lysinate, cesium succinate, cesium carbonate, cesium lactate, cesium malate, cesium tartrate, cesium chloride, cesium sulfate, cesium phosphate, cesium nitrate, cesium bromide, cesium iodide, and cesium orotate, water, and one or more electrolytes.