Mass Number: 79.904
Reactivity: Strong oxidizing agent, air-reactive
Location on Periodic Table: Halogen
Element Applications and Uses
Isotopes: 29 are known, Br-81 Kr-81m Kr-77 Br-77 Se-77 are a few
Compounds: BrF, BrO2, Br2O,
- Bromine's name comes from the Greek word bromos, which mean stench.
- Two bromine compounds were used as sedatives and seizures medications in the 1800 and early 1900's
- Bromine was used in World War l poison gas
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