hydrobromic acid


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hydrobromic acid

(hī'drəbrō`mĭk): see bromidebromide,
any of a group of compounds that contain bromine and a more electropositive element or radical. Bromides are formed by the reaction of bromine or a bromide with another substance; they are widely distributed in nature.
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hydrobromic acid

[¦hī·drə′brō·mik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
HBr A solution of hydrogen bromide in water, usually 40%; a clear, colorless liquid; used in medicine, analytical chemistry, and synthesis of organic compounds.
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Speciality chemicals company Albemarle Corporation (NYSE:ALB) said on Thursday that it will increase its global prices for elemental bromine and hydrobromic acid products with immediate effect or as contracts allow.
The company said that it will raise its global prices for elemental bromine to USD4500/MT minimum, delivered and its global prices for hydrobromic acid by a minimum of USD650/MT.
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