Hydrobromic acid - CAS # 10035-10-6


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CAS 10035-10-6 - Hydrogen Bromide

Chemical Name:  Hydrobromic acid

Chemical Formula:  BrH

CAS Number:  10035-10-6

EC Number (EINECS):  233-113-0

Synonyms:  Hydrobromic acid;Anhydrous hydrobromic acid;HBr;Hydrogen-bromide-anhydrous-;Acide bromhydrique;Acido bromidrico;Bromowodor;Bromwasserstoff;Broomwaterstof;UN 1048;UN 1788

Appearance:  colourless liquid with a strong irritating odour

Melting Point:  -86 C

Boiling Point:  126 C

Vapor Density:  2.8

Vapor Pressure:  8 mm Hg at 25C

Water Solubility:  high

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with strong bases, strong oxidizing agents, ammonia, ozone, fluorine, water, metals. Air and light sensitive.

Molecular Weight:  80.912

Alternate Names:  Hydrogen Bromide | Hydrobromic Acid | HBR

Department:  Air

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Hydrogen bromide, anhydrous

Emergency Response Guide Number:  125


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