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Hydrogen bromide (anhydrous)HBr

CAS-No.:
10035-10-6
UN-No.:
1048
EC-No.:
233-113-0
Hazard identification number:
268
Hazard signs
GHS04
GHS05
GHS06
GHS07

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

Occupational exposure limit
WORKPLACE EXPOSURE STANDARDS FOR AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS (AU)
  • TWA (ppm) 3 Peak limitation
  • TWA (mg/m3) 9,9 Peak limitation
  • H: 280
    Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated
  • H: 314
    Causes severe skin burns
    and eye damage.
  • H: 331
    Toxic if inhaled

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

  • Melting point:
    -86.9 °C
  • Boiling Point:
    -66.8 °C
  • Density (at 20 °C, if not notified otherwise):
    0,0036452 (0°C) g/cm3
  • Ionization:
    11.68 ± 0.03 eV
  • Vapour Pressure (at 20 °C, if not notified otherwise):
    20900 hPa
  •  

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

Also known as:
  • Anhydrous hydrogen bromide
  • Aqueous hydrogen bromide
  • Bromane
  • bromide
  • HBr
  • Hydrobromic Acid
  • Hydrogen bromide

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