tribromide


tribromide
tri·bromide

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  • tribromide — [trī brō′mīd] n. [ TRI + BROMIDE] a compound containing three bromine atoms in the molecule …   English World dictionary

  • tribromide — (ˈ)trī+ noun Etymology: tribrom + ide : a binary compound containing three atoms of bromine combined with an element or radical * * * /truy broh muyd/, n. Chem. a bromide containing three atoms of bromine. [TRI + BROMIDE] * * * tribromide see tri …   Useful english dictionary

  • tribromide — /truy broh muyd/, n. Chem. a bromide containing three atoms of bromine. [TRI + BROMIDE] * * * …   Universalium

  • tribromide — noun any bromide containing three bromine atoms in each molecule …   Wiktionary

  • Phosphorus tribromide — Phosphorus tribromide …   Wikipedia

  • Boron tribromide — Chembox new Name = Boron tribromide ImageFile = Boron tribromide 3D vdW.png ImageSize = 200px ImageName = Boron tribromide IUPACName = Boron tribromide Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 10294 33 4 Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = BBr3 …   Wikipedia

  • Arsenic tribromide — Preferred IUPAC name Arsenic tribromide …   Wikipedia

  • Nitrogen tribromide — IUPAC name nitrogen tribromide …   Wikipedia

  • Indium tribromide — Chembox new Name = Indium tribromide IUPACName = Indium tribromide OtherNames = Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASOther = RTECS = Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = InBr3 MolarMass = Appearance = Density = Solubility = MeltingPt = 435°… …   Wikipedia

  • Phosphorus tribromide (data page) — This page provides supplementary chemical data on phosphorus tribromide. Material Safety Data Sheet External MSDS sheets: * [https://fscimage.fishersci.com/msds/56414.htm Fisher MSDS] * [http://www2.siri.org/msds/f2/bkp/bkprd.html Aldrich MSDS]… …   Wikipedia


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