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Hydrobromic acid 47%

Hydrobromic acid 47%

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This chemical is used for the production of inorganic bromides. Committed to serve the customers in an ethical and transparent manner, we are highly preferred in market for offering Hydrobromic acid 47%. To comply with set safety norms, we use superior grade compounds to process this chemical. It is a useful reagent for generating organobromine compounds in laboratory. Hydrobromic acid 47% comes in different quantity packaging options for clients. We offer this chemical at pocket friendly prices.†

Features:

  • Strongest mineral acids

  • Colorless to faint yellow liquid

  • Low boiling point†

LC30009 Hydrobromic acid 47% Suprapur

Order number

Packaging

Quantity

Price

AC30009

Glass bottle

250 ml

97.20

AC30009

Glass bottle

1 l

211.50

Product information

Hill Formula

HBr

HS Code

2811 19 10

EC number

233-113-0

Molar mass

80.91†g/mol

EC index number

035-002-01-8

CAS number

10035-10-6

Chemical and physical data

Solubility

(20†¬įC)†soluble

Melting point

-11†¬įC

Molar mass

80.91†g/mol

Density

1.49†g/cm3 (20†¬įC)

pH value

(H2O, 20†¬įC)†strongly acid

Boiling point

126†¬įC (1013†hPa)

Vapor pressure

10.6†hPa (20†¬įC)

Safety information

R Phrase

R 34-37
Causes burns.Irritating to respiratory system.

S Phrase

S 7/9-26-36/37/39-45
Keep container tightly closed and in a well-ventilated place.In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where possible).

Categories of danger

corrosive

Hazard Symbol

Corrosive

Storage class

8 B Non combustible, corrosive substances

WGK

WGK 1 slightly water endangering

Disposal

12
Inorganic acids and anhydrides thereof should first be diluted or hydrolyzed by stirring carefully into ice water and then neutralized (protective gloves, fume cupboard!) with sodium hydroxide solution (Cat. No. 105587). Before filling into container D, check the pH with pH universal indicator strips (Cat. No. 109535). Fuming sulfuric acid should be carefully stirred dropwise into 40 % sulfuric acid (Cat. No. 109286). Ensure that plenty of ice is available for cooling! When sufficiently cool, treat the highly concentrated sulfuric acid as described above. Analogous to this procedure, other anhydrides can be converted into their corresponding acids. Acid gases (e.g. hydrogen halide, chlorine, phosgene, sulfur dioxide) can be introduced into dilute sodium hydroxide solution and after neutralization disposed of in container D.

Transport information

Declaration (transport by sea) IMDG-Code

UN 1788 HYDROBROMIC ACID, 8, II, Segregation Group: 1 (Acids)

Declaration (transport by air) IATA-DGR

UN 1788 HYDROBROMIC ACID, 8, II

Specifications

Assay†(acidimetric)

¬•†47†%

Chloride (Cl)

¬§†50000†ppb

Iodide (I)

¬§†10000†ppb

Phosphate, Phosphite†(as PO4)

¬§†50†ppb

Sulfate and sulphite†(as SO4)

¬§†500†ppb

Ag (Silver)

¬§†1†ppb

Al (Aluminium)

¬§†10†ppb

As (Arsenic)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Au (Gold)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Ba (Barium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Be (Beryllium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Bi (Bismuth)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Ca (Calcium)

¬§†10†ppb

Cd (Cadmium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Co (Cobalt)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Cr (Chromium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Cu (Copper)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Fe (Iron)

¬§†5†ppb

Ga (Gallium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Ge (Germanium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Hg (Mercury)

¬§†5†ppb

In (Indium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

K (Potassium)

¬§†5†ppb

Li (Lithium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Mg (Magnesium)

¬§†1†ppb

Mn (Manganese)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Mo (Molybdenum)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Na (Sodium)

¬§†20†ppb

Ni (Nickel)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Pb (Lead)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Pd (Palladium)

¬§†1†ppb

Sb (Antimony)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Sn (Tin)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Sr (Strontium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Ti (Titanium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Tl (Thallium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

U (Uranium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

V (Vanadium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Zn (Zinc)

¬§†5†ppb

Zr (Zirconium)

¬§†0.5†ppb

Residue on ignition†(as sulphate)

¬§†2000†ppb