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Chemical Description

Different sources of media describe the Chemical Description of 10035-10-6 differently. You can refer to the following data:
1. Hydrogen bromide is a colorless gas with a pungent odor, while tetrafluoroethylene and chlorotrifluoroethylene are both unsaturated fluorocarbons used in the production of various materials.
2. Hydrogen bromide is a strong acid used in organic synthesis.

Check Digit Verification of cas no

The CAS Registry Mumber 10035-10-6 includes 8 digits separated into 3 groups by hyphens. The first part of the number,starting from the left, has 5 digits, 1,0,0,3 and 5 respectively; the second part has 2 digits, 1 and 0 respectively.
Calculate Digit Verification of CAS Registry Number 10035-10:
36 % 10 = 6
So 10035-10-6 is a valid CAS Registry Number.

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According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) - Sixth revised edition

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1.1 GHS Product identifier

Product name hydrogen bromide

1.2 Other means of identification

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Other names HBR

1.3 Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use

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10035-10-6Relevant articles and documents

Nes et al.

, p. 436,438 (1956)

Complexes Containing a Phenol–Platinum(II) Hydrogen Bond: Synthons for Supramolecular Self-Assembly and Precursors for Hydridoplatinum(IV) Complexes

Behnia, Ava,Fard, Mahmood Azizpoor,Boyle, Paul D.,Puddephatt, Richard J.

, p. 2899 - 2906 (2019)

The cycloneophylplatinum(II) complexes [Pt(CH2CMe2C6H4)(κ2-NN′-2-C5H4NCH2-NH-R], R = 2-C6H4OH, 1; R = 3-C6H4OH, 2; R = 4-C6H4OH, 3, and [Pt(CH2CMe2C6H4)(κ2-NN′-2-C5H4NCH=N-2-C6H4OH)], 4, are reported. The structures of 1 and 4 each contain an intramolecular OH··Pt hydrogen bond, while complex 3 contains an intermolecular OH··Pt hydrogen bond and forms a new type of supramolecular polymer. In contrast, the complex [PtCl2(κ2-NN′-2-C5H4NCH=N-2-C6H4OH)], 5, forms a dimer through intermolecular OH··ClPt hydrogen bonding. Reaction of complex 4 with HCl or HBr occurs by oxidative addition to give hydridoplatinum(IV) complexes [PtHX(CH2CMe2C6H4)(κ2-NN′-2-C5H4NCH=N-2-C6H4OH)], 6, X = Cl; 7, X = Br. The sequential formation of isomers of these compounds is interpreted in terms of a proposed reaction mechanism.


, p. 1690 (1934)

Smolka, A.

, (1887)

Theoretical and experimental studies for preparing 1, 1-dibromo-1,2,2,2-tetrafluoroethane on gas-phase bromination of 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane

Hu, Ruzhu,Zhang, Chengping,Qing, Feiyao,Quan, Hengdao

, p. 91 - 95 (2016)

Efficient gas-phase bromination of 1, 1, 1, 2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a) for the preparation of 1, 1-dibromo-1, 2, 2, 2-tetrafluoroethane (CF3CFBr2) has been described for the first time. A wide-ranging experimental investigation o

Low-temperature Kinetics of the Charge- and Atom-Transfer Reactions (Br+, HBr+ [2∏i, ν+, DBr+ [2∏i, ν+]) + (HBr, DBr) → (HBr+, DBr+, H2Br +, D2Br+, HDBr+)

Belikov, Andrey E.,Smith, Mark A.

, p. 3447 - 3456 (2004)

The charge- and atom-transfer reactions between Br+, HBr +, and DBr+ ions and HBr and DBr molecules have been studied in a HBr + DBr + He free jet. The ionic reactants in specific internal states were prepared by resonance multiphoton ionization of either HBr or DBr, and the ionic products were analyzed by mass spectrometry. A set of eight energetically possible reactions was considered in each case, including ions born in near-resonant ionization and photodissociation processes. Kinetic equations were integrated numerically over the appropriate reaction time and an optimization problem was solved to determine rate coefficients fit to final fractions of all ions measured in an experiment. Analytical expressions for the final fractions also were obtained and were used to derive the rate coefficients more accurately. The work is an example of a multireaction study without direct observation of all the reaction products.


, p. 326 (1957)


, p. 1698 (1914)

Szwarc, M.,Sehon, A. H.

, p. 656 - 657 (1951)



, p. 183 (1861)



, p. 2412,2421 (1940)

Temperature dependence of the rate constants for the H + Br2 and D + Br2 reactions

Wada, Youichi,Takayanagi, Toshiyuki,Umemoto, Hironobu,Tsunashima, Shigeru,Sato, Shin

, p. 4896 - 4899 (1991)

The rate constants for the reactions of H + Br2 and D + Br2 were measured by employing a pulse radiolysis-resonance absorption technique.The rate constants could be expressed by the following Arrhenius equations between 214 and 295 K: k(H + Br2) = 6.7 x 10-10 exp( - 680/T), k(D + Br2) = 6.0 x 10-10 exp( - 720/T), in units of cm3 s-1.Sudden transition state theoretical calculations were performed on the basis of modified LEPS surfaces.The calculated results were compared with the experimental ones.



, p. 623,628 (1940)


Reaction of Hydrogen and Bromine behind Reflected Shock Waveas

Bopp, J. M.,Johnson, A. C.,Kern, R. D.,Niki, T.

, p. 805 - 807 (1982)

The reaction of equimolar mixtures of hydrogen and bromine diluted by inert gases was studied in the reflected shock zone over a temperature and total density range of 1400-2000 K and 1.5E-6 - 3.3E-6 mol cm-3, respectively.Infrared emission from HBr passing through a narrow inteference filter centered at 3.60 μm was recorded during observation periods typically of 500-μs duration.Conversion of the emission intensity traces to concentration-time data revealed nonlinear product growth for the low-temperature runs and near-linear product profiles at the higher temperatures.The individual experimental profiles were matched with the corresponding model calculations which employed a modern set of rate constants for the various elementary reactions comprising the atomic mechanism.The average percent deviation of 62 experiments from the calculated profiles was 5.4percent.


, p. 4629,4630 (1951)

Water-Catalyzed Dehalogenation Reactions of Isobromoform and Its Reaction Products

Kwok, Wai Ming,Zhao, Cunyuan,Li, Yun-Liang,Guan, Xiangguo,Wang, Dongqi,Phillips, David Lee

, p. 3119 - 3131 (2004)

A combined experimental and theoretical study of the photochemistry of CHBr3 in pure water and in acetonitrile/water mixed solvents is reported that elucidates the reactions and mechanisms responsible for the photochemical conversion of the halogen atoms in CHBr3 into three bromide ions in water solution. Ultraviolet excitation at 240 nm of CHBr 3 (9 × 10-5 M) in water resulted in almost complete conversion into 3HBr leaving groups and CO (major product) and HCOOH (minor product) molecules. Picosecond time-resolved resonance Raman (ps-TR 3) experiments and ab initio calculations indicate that the water-catalyzed O-H insertion/HBr elimination reaction of isobromoform and subsequent reactions of its products are responsible for the production of the final products observed following ultraviolet excitation of CHBr3 in water. These results have important implications for the phase-dependent behavior of polyhalomethane photochemistry and chemistry in water-solvated environments as compared to gas-phase reactions. The dissociation reaction of HBr into H+ and Br- ions is the driving force for several O-H insertion and HBr elimination reactions and allows O-H and C-H bonds to be cleaved more easily than in the absence of water molecules. This water-catalysis by solvation of a leaving group and its dissociation into ions (e.g., H+ and Br- in the examples investigated here) may occur for a wide range of chemical reactions taking place in water-solvated environments.


, p. 80 (1942)

Kinetic Studies of the Reactions of Atomic Chlorine and Bromine with Silane

Ding, Luying,Marshall, Paul

, p. 2197 - 2201 (1992)

The kinetics of the reactions Cl(2PJ) + SiH4 (1) and Br(2PJ) + SiH4 (2) have been investigated by time-resolved atomic resonance fluorescence spectroscopy.Halogen atoms were generated by flash photolysis of CCl4

Salas, J. M.,Sanchez, E.,Valenzuela, C.

, p. 13 - 20 (1989)


, p. 2449 (1955)

Gupta, S. R.,Hills, G. J.,Ives, D. J. G.

, p. 1886 - 1891 (1963)

Measurement of the rate coefficient for the reaction of OH with BrO

Gilles, Mary K.,McCabe, David C.,Burkholder, James B.,Ravishankara

, p. 5849 - 5853 (2001)

We report the rate coefficient for the reaction OH + BrO → Products (1) at 298 K to be k1(298 K) = (4.5 ± 1.8) × 10-11 cm3 molecule-1 s-1. Reaction 1 was studied in an excess of BrO, generated in a flow tube, and measured via its UV-vis absorption. OH, produced by laser photolysis, was monitored by laserinduced fluorescence. Quoted uncertainties include estimated uncertainties in the BrO concentration and that due to the unavoidable concurrent reaction of OH with Br2. Our measured value of k1 is compared with that previously reported by Bogan et al.

Rates and mechanisms of conversion of ice nanocrystals to hydrates of HCl and HBr: Acid diffusion in the ionic hydrates

Devlin, J. Paul,Gulluru, Dheeraj B.,Buch, Victoria

, p. 3392 - 3401 (2005)

This FTIR study focuses on solid-state chemistry associated with formation and interconversion of the ionic HX (X = Cl, Br) hydrates. Kinetic data are reported for conversions of ice nanocrystal arrays exposed to the saturation pressure of the acids in the 110-125 K range. The product is amorphous acid dihydrate in the case of HBr, and amorphous monohydrate for HCl. The rate-determining step is identified as HX diffusion through the hydrate product crust toward the interfacial reaction zone, rather than diffusion through ice, as commonly believed. Slowing of the conversion process is thus observed with increasing thickness of the crust. The diffusion coefficient (De) and activation energy values for HX diffusion through the hydrates were evaluated with the help of the shrinking-core model. Hydrate crystallization occurs as a separate step, upon heating above 130 K. Subsequently, rates of reversible transitions between crystal di- and monohydrates were observed upon exposure to acid vapor and acid evacuation. In conversion from di- to monohydrate, the rate slows after fast formation of several layers; subsequently, diffusion through the product crust appears to be the rate-controlling step. The activation energy for HBr diffusion through crystal dihydrate is found to be significantly higher than that for the amorphous analogue. Conjecture is offered for a molecular mechanism of HX transport through the crystal hydrate, based on (i) spectroscopic/computational evidence for the presence of molecular HX bonded to X- in each of the ionic hydrate phases and (ii) the relative E a values found for HBr and HCl diffusion. Monte Carlo modeling suggests acid transport to the reaction zone along boundaries between nanocrystallites generated by multiple hydrate nucleation events at the particle surfaces. The reverse conversion, of crystalline monohydrate particles to the dihydrate phase, as well as dihydrate to trihydrate, displays nearly constant rate throughout the particle conversion; suggesting desorption of HX from the particle surface as the rate-limiting factor. Like for D e, the activation energies for desorption were found to be a??20% greater for HCl than HBr for related hydrate phases. ? 2005 American Chemical Society.

Technology for joint production of bromine and lithium bromide from brines from Siberian platform


, p. 1891 - 1895 (2003)

Two methods for obtaining bromine and lithium bromide from highly mineralized brines enriched with lithium- and bromine-containing compounds, with Li:Br atomic ratio of 0.4-0.8, were studied. These methods are based on a combination of the technique for production of bromine and sorption recovery of lithium from brines to give eluates, LiCl solutions.


Kale et al.

, p. 3016 (1958)


Preparation method 4 - (2 - bromoethyl) phenol


Paragraph 0072-0073, (2021/11/26)

The invention discloses a preparation method of 4 - (2 - bromoethyl) phenol, which adopts relatively easily available cheap tyrosol and hydrobromic acid as a raw material, utilizes a bromination reaction of a bromine atom replacement alcohol hydroxyl group, and belongs to a substitution halogenation reaction of a classical organic reaction. The method has the technical effects of no polyhalogenation, high product purity, high yield and the like. The cheap and easily-manufactured hydrobromic acid is a brominating agent, and the reaction balance can be pushed to the direction of the generated product by proper excess use. The product yield can reach above 96%, the purity can reach 97.5% or more, the reaction liquid can be recycled after being subjected to distillation and concentration treatment, and a very good technical effect is obtained.

Synthesis, thermal stability, crystal structure and optical properties of 1,1′-(1,n-alkanediyl)bis(4-methylpyridinium) bromobismuthates

Kotov, Vitalii Yu.,Ilyukhin, Andrey B.,Simonenko, Nikolai P.,Kozyukhin, Sergey A.

, p. 122 - 126 (2017/09/11)

Four hybrid 1,1′-(1,n-alkanediyl)bis(4-methylpyridinium) bromobismuthates, namely (PiC2)2Bi2Br10 (1), PiC4(H5O2)BiBr6·2H2O (2), (PiC5)2Bi2Br10 (3) and (PiC6)2(H5O2)Bi2Br11 (4), were prepared by a facile solution method. The crystal structures of 1 and 3 contain zero-dimensional Bi2Br10 anion units. A 2-D network structure consisting of {H5O2}[BiBr6]·2H2O interconnected by hydrogen bonds was found in 2 and a 1-D network structure consisting of {H5O2}[Bi2Br11] was observed in 4.

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