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Aubr a.k.a. Gold(I) bromide: Gold bromide can be formed by synthesis from the elements or partial decomposition of gold bromide by careful control of temperatures and pressures. It occurs in two modifications. One is isostructural with gold chloride and has a body centered tetragonal unit cell with a=6.734A and c=8.674A and space group I4₁/amd. The other is isostructural with gold iodide and has a primitive tetragonal cell a=4.296A and c=12.146A and space group P4₂/ncm. Single crystals of both modifications have been grown by chemical vapor transport. Small amounts of Al,Ga or Fe were used as catalysts for the transport process to obtain the I-AuBr modification.
- also known as Бромид золота
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by William Andrew Publishing
Manufacturing Process The product is made preferably by reacting thioglycolic acid anilide with an aurous bromide (AuBr). Prior art methods for making the starting material, HSCH2CONHC6H5 are disclosed in an article by Beckurts et al. in ...
(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
cuatrecasasii Aubr. in Adansonia 7 (1967) 141. Amazonian Brazil and Peru, Bolivia, W Colombia to the Guianas, Trinidad. Occasionally cultivated as a fruit tree in the native area, fruits with agreeable flavour. Formerly ...
by William Alexander Newman Dorland
monobromid, a yellowish-gray compound, AuBr: antiseptic, antiluetic, and anodyne. Dose, A-J gr. (0.003-0.012 gm.). g. mono- cyanid, a yellow powder, insoluble in water, alcohol, or ether: used in tuberculosis. Dose, iV.
Volume 2 (I-Z) by John Glasby
Mitragyna ciliata Aubr. et Pellegr. yields this carboline alkaloid which may be purified by crystallization from Et2O-light petroleum when it forms small, colourless crystals. The ultraviolet spectrum exhibits absorption maxima at 228 and 292.4 ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Aubr. Nigeria: azimomo (Edo) Ivory Coast: chien Afrosison H. Wolff Umbelliferae Origins: From Africa and the genus Sison L. Afrostyrax Perkins & Gilg Huaceae Origins: From Africa and styrax or storax, acis for a tree and also the resinous gum ...
by Robert A. Lewis
AuBr. Properties: Yellowish-gray mass. Decomposes at approximately 165C.
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