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Bromide vs. Bromate

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Bromidenoun

(inorganic chemistry) A binary compound of bromine and some other element or radical.

Bromatenoun

(inorganic chemistry) the anion BrO3-1, derived from bromic acid; any salt containing this anion

Bromidenoun

A dose of bromide taken as a sedative, or to reduce sexual appetite.

Bromateverb

To treat with bromic acid or a bromate

Bromidenoun

A dull person with conventional thoughts.

‘My adviser at college was a bromide who had not had an original thought in years.’;

Bromatenoun

A salt of bromic acid.

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Bromidenoun

A platitude.

‘We hoped the speech would include reassurances, but instead it was merely one bromide after another.’;

Bromateverb

To combine or impregnate with bromine; as, bromated camphor.

Bromidenoun

(photography) A print made on bromide paper.

Bromateverb

react with bromine

Bromidenoun

A compound of bromine with a positive radical.

Bromateverb

treat with bromine

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Bromidenoun

A person who is conventional and commonplace in his habits of thought and conversation.

‘The bromide conforms to everything sanctioned by the majority, and may be depended upon to be trite, banal, and arbitrary.’;

Bromate

The bromate anion, BrO−3, is a bromine-based oxoanion. A bromate is a chemical compound that contains this ion.

Bromidenoun

a conventional or trite saying; - often used in the phrase "old bromide".

Bromidenoun

any of the salts of hydrobromic acid; used as a sedative

Bromidenoun

a trite or obvious remark

Bromidenoun

a sedative in the form of sodium or potassium bromide

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Bromide

A bromide ion is the negatively charged form (Br−) of the element bromine, a member of the halogens group on the periodic table.

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