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    Calcarea bromata

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    Calcarea bromata


    New Latin, from Latin calc-, calx lime + New Latin -ium
    International Scientific Vocabulary, probably from French brome bromine, from Greek bromacrmos bad smell


    Traditional name

    calcium bromide
    calcium dibromide

    Used parts

    trituration 1X


    Compound of calcium [ Group 2, Period 4 ] and
    bromine [ Gropu 17, Period 4 ]



    Original proving

    Description of the substance

    Physical properties

        * Colour: white
        * Appearance: crystalline solid
        * Melting point: 742°C
        * Boiling point: 1815°C
        * Density: 3380 kg m-3


    Anhydrous calcium bromide is made by dehydration (250°C, vacuum) of the hxahydrate CaBr2.6H2O [13477-28-6].

    A white or nearly white, granules, very deliquescent. Odourless; taste sharp, saline and bitter. Soluble in water and in alcohol. It melts and decomposes at red heat with evolution of bromine. It is prepared by neutralizing calcium carbonate with hydrobromic acid or by the action of calcium - hydroxide on solution of iron bromide. Contains not less than 95 per cent and not more than the equivalent of 102 per cent of CaBr2 with reference to the substance dried at 105° to a constant weight.