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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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Table-6: Charateristic parameters of electrochemical fingerprints of Radix Paeoniae Alba on different potassium bromate dosage
This reduction is not sufficient to adequately prevent the formation of bromate.
Additionally, the Food regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India ( FSSAI) has decided to remove potassium bromate from the list of permitted additives while it is examining evidence against potassium iodate before restricting its use.
Lead bromate, used in making certain types of glass, is a poisonous chemical that may explode by heating, striking or rubbing when combined with other substances.
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.
ABU DHABI -- 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.
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.
Citoprotective effect of camu-camu Myrciaria dubia on three celular lines of mouse exposed in vivo to potassium bromate
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.
The reduction of bromate as well as chlorate by denitrifying pseudomonas bacterial species under anaerobic conditions has been studied extensively (Malmqvist, et al.
One held sodium bromate - a hazardous material used in dyes but pollution fears abated as it is soluble in water.