Definition of Bromin
1. bromine [n -S] - See also: bromine
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Literary usage of Bromin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of Medical Chemistry and Toxicology by James William Holland (1917)
"In the residues of evaporation of sea-water bromin compounds of sodium and ... The reactions by which bromin is made are parallel to those used for chlorin. ..."
2. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"of bromin is not satisfactory. But at any rate there is a connection between ... The accumulation of bromin in the body as well as the removal of halogens ..."
3. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association (1912)
"bromin-IODIN COMPOUND A correspondent writes for information concerning a remedy known as bromin-Iodin Comp., which he says is manufactured by the ..."
4. Introduction to the Study of Minerals: A Combined Textbook and Pocket Manual by Austin Flint Rogers (1912)
"bromin bromin is obtained from the bittern or salt brines of Michigan, Ohio, ... bromin is used principally in photography and in medicine. ..."
5. The Occupational Diseases: Their Causation, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention by William Gilman Thompson (1914)
"bromin bromin is of limited use in chemical manufactures, especially in the ... bromin vapor is somewhat less toxic than chlorin, and acts in a similar ..."
6. Qualitative Analysis as a Laboratory Basis for the Study of General by William Conger Morgan (1906)
"bromin. Br — 80. bromin is a heavy, dark brownish-red liquid, sharing with mercury the distinction of being the only elements existing normally in the ..."
7. Preventive medicine and hygiene by Milton Joseph Rosenau (1917)
"bromin and iodin are very potent germicides. They have about the same value as chlorin, both in their gaseous state and in solution. ..."