来自希腊词bromos, 发臭。-ine, 化学名词后缀。
- bromine (n.)
- nonmetallic element, 1827, from French brome, from Greek bromos "stench." With chemical suffix -ine (2). The evil-smelling dark red liquid was discovered by French chemist Antoine Jérôme Balard (1802-1876), who initially called it muride.
- 1. The number of cationic bromine and chlorine compounds is restricted.
- 2. Derivatives of bromine are much more active than the corresponding one of chlorine.
- 3. The existing bromine in acetic acid could aggravate corrosion on metal hole.
- 4. Bromine can restrain central nervous system and avoid insomnia.
- 5. The preparation and catalytic properties of different bromine - free catalysts were discussed.
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