A compound of bromine with a positive radical.
Any compound that contains either the Br- ion or bromine with an oxidation state of -1, such as NaBr or HBr.
any of the salts of hydrobromic acid; used as a sedative
a sedative in the form of sodium or potassium bromide
a sedative, often taken in a glass of water
A common term for a bromide salt used to supply bromide ions to the water so they may be oxidized or changed into hypobromous acid, the killing form of bromine. Used as a disinfectant.
A sedative compound made from the chemical element bromine.
Used to describe a bromide salt added to water to supply bromine that is changed to hypobromous acid, an effective disinfectant.
A salt (typically sodium bromide) that releases bromine into the spa water when used in conjunction with the appropriate oxidizing agent.
Common term for a bromide salt (usually sodium bromide – NaBr) used to supply bromide ions to the water so they may be oxidized or changed into hypobromous acid, the killing form of bromine.)
A common term for a bromide salt which, when added to water becomes hypobromous acid, the active form of bromine. It is used as a disinfectant in swimming pools.
A bromide ion is a bromine atom with charge of −1.