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New Latin, from bar-+ -ium
Greek baros : weight : pressure <baragnosis> <barograph>. International Scientific Vocabulary, probably from French brome bromine, from Greek bromacrmos bad smell
Compound of barium [ Group 2, Period 6 ] and
bromine [ Group 17, Period 4 ]
Description of the substance
* Colour: white
* Appearance: crystalline solid
* Melting point: 857°C
* Boiling point: 1835°C
* Density: 4781 kg m-3
Barium bromide is made by the neutralization of barium carbonate with HBr in water. The product crystallizes as the hydrate BaBr2.2H2O [7791-28-8] which must be heated to make anhydrous BaBr2.
BaCO3 + 2HBr(aq) –> BaBr2(aq)