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PostSubject: Bromobenzene   Sun Apr 18, 2010 4:54 pm

Bromobenzenes are a group of halobenzenes formed in a substitution reaction between bromine and benzene with a hydrogen bromide by-product. The name strictly refers to monobromobenzene, a benzene with a single bromine; however it can be used to refer to a benzene containing any number of bromine molecules. Bromobenzene also can be used to prepare the corresponding Grignard reagent, phenylmagnesium bromide. This can be used in a number of fashions, e.g. the reaction with carbon dioxide to prepare benzoic acid. While, it is used in the production of drugs. And it is a toxic substance and can cause liver and nervous system damage if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through the skin. Bromobenzene is a clear pale yellow liquid.
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