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Definition of Perbromate

Perbromate
Perbromate Per*bro"mate, n. (Chem.) A salt of perbromic acid.

Meaning of Perbromate from wikipedia

- In chemistry, the perbromate ion is the anion having the chemical formula BrO− 4. It is an oxyanion of bromine, the conjugate base of perbromic acid, in...
- oxygen. It reacts with bases to form perbromate salts. Perbromate Appelman, Evan H. (1969). "Perbromic acid and perbromates: synthesis and some properties"...
- are bromine oxides: Hypobromite (BrO−) Bromite (BrO2−) Bromate (BrO3−) Perbromate (BrO4−) And the bromine monoxide radical: Bromine oxide (BrO) Oxygen fluoride...
- a pale yellow crystalline solid, may be better formulated as bromine perbromate, BrOBrO3. It is thermally unstable above −40 °C, violently decomposing...
- bromide hypobromite bromite bromate perbromate Br− BrO− BrO− 2 BrO− 3 BrO− 4 Iodide Hypoiodite Iodite Iodate periodate I− IO− IO− 2 IO− 3 IO− 4 or IO5−...
- are powerful oxidising agents that are capable of oxidising bromate to perbromate. Sodium nickel periodate, NaNiIO6·0.5H2O and pot****ium nickel periodate...
- the Hofmann rearrangement. Bromide: Br− Bromite: BrO− 2 Bromate: BrO− 3 Perbromate: BrO− 4 Kneen; Rogers; Simpson (1972). "The Halogens". Chemistry. Facts...
- Conjugate acid Periodic acid Related compounds Other anions Perchlorate Perbromate Permanganate Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials...
- monopersulfate – K2SO4·KHSO4·2KHSO5 Pot****ium nitrate – KNO3 Pot****ium perbromate – KBrO4 Pot****ium perchlorate – KClO4 Pot****ium periodate – KIO4 Pot****ium...
- (fire diamond) 0 2 0 Related compounds Other anions sodium perchlorate, sodium perbromate Other cations pot****ium periodate, periodic acid Except where otherwise...
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