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Barium Hypobromite

Barium Hypobromite is probably formed in solution by the action of bromine on barium hydroxide. The solution has oxidising properties, and has been employed to estimate ammonia by the liberation of nitrogen. Carbon dioxide causes the evolution of bromine and the precipitation of barium carbonate. By distilling a dilute solution under reduced pressure, whilst at the same time carbon dioxide is passed through it, a distillate containing bromine and hypobromous acid is obtained. Bromine behaves in much the same way towards barium hydroxide as towards solid calcium hydroxide.

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