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Barium Perbromides

The compound BaBr6 is slowly formed when anhydrous bromine acts upon barium bromide.

Solutions of barium bromide take up bromine, and experiments on the distribution of bromine between an aqueous barium bromide solution and a solvent immiscible with it, show that combination has taken place. In solutions in which the barium bromide concentration was 0.09936 grm.-mol. per litre, the value of the dissociation constant for barium tetrabromide varied between 0.031 and 0.045 at 25° C.

If perbromides exist in the solid state they are very unstable.

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