Bromine - CAS # 7726-95-6


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CAS 7726-95-6 - Bromine

Chemical Name:  Bromine

Chemical Formula:  Br2

CAS Number:  7726-95-6

EC Number (EINECS):  231-778-1

Synonyms:  Br2;Brom;Brome;Bromo;Broom;UN 1744;Dibromine

Appearance:  dark red liquid or reddish-brown gas

Melting Point:  -7.2 C

Boiling Point:  58.8 C

Vapor Density:  7.14

Vapor Pressure:  175 mm Hg at 20 C

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with reducing agents, alkali metals, powdered metals, steel, iron, copper, organic materials.

Molecular Weight:  159.808

Alternate Names:  Bromine | BR2

Department:  Air

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Bromine

Emergency Response Guide Number:  154


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Related Analytes (Bromine):
Bromine trifluoride    Bromine pentafluoride    Bromine monochloride    Bromine monofluoride    Bromine azide    Bromine monoxide    Bromine oxide (Br2O)    Bromine anion    Bromine thiocyanate   





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