Bromine. (Br). http://www.chemicool.com/. Kendrick Fry. Physical Properties:. Bromine:. Color: Red-Brown State at 25 degrees Celsius: Liquid Density: 3.1 Hardness: No data Melting Point (K): 266 Boiling Point (K): 332.7 Non-Metal. Bromine:. Crystalline Structure :.
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: Used in making fire retardant chemicals
:As a disinfectant in water treatment
:In flame proofing agents
: In medicine
: Inorganic bromine is used in photography film
: It's related compound ethylene dibromine (EDB) was used in making leaded gasoline but was banned because it was found to be a known cause of cancer
: In fumigants
Where is Bromine found?
Chemical properties, reactivity, oxidation states
The name originates from the Greek word 'Bromos' meaning "stench"