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The Montreal Protocol which outlawed the CFCs sought also to ban the use of all volatile organobromines by 2010, and this restriction especially applied to the fumigant bromomethane and compounds such as CBrClF 2 which were in fire extinguishers for electrical fires or those in confined spaces.

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In 1840, bromine was discovered to have some advantages over the previously used iodine vapor to create the light sensitive layer in daguerreotypy.
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    Bromine is a dark reddish-brown fuming liquid with a pungent odor. Denser than water and soluble in water. Hence sinks in water. Toxic by inhalation. Accelerates the burning of combustible material. It is very corrosive to tissue and to metals. CAMEO Chemicals GasVapor; Liquid EPA Chemicals under the TSCA
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    bromine (Br), chemical element, a deep red noxious liquid, and a member of the halogen elements, or Group 17 (Group VIIa) of the periodic table. History Bromine was discovered in 1826 by the French chemist Antoine-Jérôme Balard in the residues ( bitterns) from the manufacture of sea salt at Montpellier.
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    Bromine is a deep-red, oily liquid with a sharp smell. It is toxic. Uses. Bromine is used in many areas such as agricultural chemicals, dyestuffs, insecticides, pharmaceuticals and chemical intermediates. Some uses are being phased out for environmental reasons, but new uses continue to be found.
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    Bromine is known as the chemical element Br. With an atomic number of 35, it is the third-lightest halogen and has a fuming red-brown color, when at room temperature the liquid evaporates readily to form a similarly colored vapor. Bromine has a bleach-like odor and can dissolve in water.
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    Bromine is somewhat in the middle when its reactivity is compared to chlorine and iodine. This element can be considered as one of the most reactive elements. Bromine bond energies tend to be lower than chlorine bond energies but higher than iodine bond energies, and bromine is a weaker oxidizing agent than chlorine but a stronger oxidizing.
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