Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various bromide including:
Europium(II) bromide (EuBr2), Cerium(III) bromide (CeBr3), Ytterbium(III) bromide hydrate (YbBr3·xH2O), Lanthanum(III) bromide hydrate (LaBr3·xH2O), Holmium(III) bromide (HoBr3), Gadolinium(III) bromide (GdBr3), Thulium(III) bromide (TmBr3), Terbium(III) bromide hydrate (TbBr3), Neodymium(III) bromide hydrate (NdBr3), Rubidium Bromide (RbBr).
Atomic number: 35
Atomic weight: 79.904
Element category: diatomic nonmetal
Bromine usually presents in the colorless and soluble crystalline halogenated salt. Bromine is very volatile. The bromine vapor is reddish-brown, very toxic, and the smell is very pungent.
Bromine is a strong oxidant. It reacts violently with metals and most organic compounds. If water is involved, the reaction can be more intense. The reaction between bromine and metal produces metal bromide and hypobromite (when water is involved in the reaction). Bromine and organic compounds may produce phosphorescent or fluorescent compounds.
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