Lead bromide | Article about lead bromide by The Free Dictionary
lead bromide[′led ′brō‚mīd]
PbBr2 An alcohol-insoluble white powder melting at 373°C, boiling at 916°C; slightly soluble in hot water.
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In 2013, Argonne published a scientific study noting the promise of cesium lead bromide
in the form of perovskite crystals for high-energy radiation detection.
It meant that the relatively volatile compound lead bromide
was formed and discharged through the exhaust.
The research team blended methylammounium lead bromide
with formamidinium lead iodide to achieve an efficiency of 17.9 percent.The researchers reached the highest efficiency, after several tests and trials with different mix ratio.