CAS No.: 7647-15-6 Molecular Formula: NaBr
EINECS: 231-599-9 Molecular Weight: 102.89
Sodium Bromide is a toxic, white, crystalline sodium compound, free from extraneous impurities. Sodium Bromide is thoroughly soluble in water and partially soluble in alcohol. Sodium Bromide absorbs moisture from its surroundings. Sodium Bromide has a saline and a bitter taste. Sodium Bomide melts at 758℃. Sodium Bromide resembles a lot to Sodium Chloride.
|Photo Grade||Medical Grade||Industruial Grade|
|Appearance||White crystal||White crystal||White crystal|
|Loss on Drying||≤0.50%||≤1.00%||≤1.00%|
|Arsenic(As)||≤ 0.2ppm||≤ 4ppm||/|
|Lead (Pb)||≤ 0.2ppm||≤ 10ppm||/|
|Iron (Fe)||≤ 0.5ppm||/||/|
Sodium Bromide is employed in the preparation of photographic emulsions and further in its processing. Sodium Bromide acts as a chemical intermediate for the manufacture of various chemicals and bromides. Sodium Bromide is used for water clarification. To obtain HBr, NaBr is treated with a strong, non-volatile acid. Sodium Bromide is used for water clarification and a flame retardant. Sodium Bromide is widely used in organic synthesis as a nucleophile to convert organochlorine compounds to organobromine derivatives, which are more useful reactives.
Sodium Bromide is packed in 25kg bags
Sodium Bromide, Bromide Standard; Bromide Salt of Sodium