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  • Bromine was discovered by Antoine J. Balard in France in 1826.
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  • (pronounced "brink-hoff"), which represents the seven diatomic molecules. Br2 - Bromine I2 - Iodine N2 - Nitrogen Cl2 - Chlorine H2 - Hydrogen O2 - Oxygen F2 -
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  • unsaturated. Alkenes undergo addition reactions in the presence of eg Bromine, where the double carbon to carbon bond is broken the molecule becomes
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  • gemology. Def. any "element of group 7, i.e. fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine, which form a salt by direct union with a metal" is
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  • ethylene or ethene adds bromine to give 1,2-dibromoethane. The hydroxyl group is formed by attaching an oxygen and a hydrogen atom to a molecule. Both
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  • Chemicals (section Bromines)
    arsenic, although antimony and phosphorous sources are not atypical." Bromine is a halogen that is a liquid at room temperature and pressure. "Br and
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  • acid rain." Def. any "element of group 7, i.e. fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine, which form a salt by direct union with a metal" is
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  • H2C=CHCH2Br allyl bromide or 3-bromopropene. Note it is allyl because the bromine is attached to the CH2 carbon which is sp2 hybridized, double bonded.
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  • Beryllium (Be) [19] Bismuth (Bi) [20] Bohrium (Bh) [21] Boron (B) [22] Bromine (Br) [23] ==C== Cadmium (Cd) [24] Caesium (Cs) [25] Calcium (Ca) [26]
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  • compounds. If two bromines are substituted for two hydrogen in cyclcohexane then it has either a cis or trans configuration. If both bromines lie in the same
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  • Chemicals/Arsenics|Arsenics Chemicals/Seleniums|Seleniums Chemicals/Bromines|Bromines Chemicals/Kryptons|Kryptons Chemicals/Rubidiums|Rubidiums
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