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What is ethidium bromide?

Ethidium bromide is an intercalating agent that attaches itself  between the helix of a DNA. Because the ethidium molecule lights up  when illuminated by an ultraviolet ligh (MORE)

What Formula of bromide?

  A 'Bromide' does not exist independently but is a salt of hydrobromic acid HBr, and therefore the bromide ion has to be combined with a metal ion to produce a stable ind (MORE)

What is Bromide?

Bromide is a diatomic, halogen (group 17), nonmetal element.  It is a gas that is typically brownish in color. Like other halogens, it is fairly electronegative and acts in (MORE)

What is sodium bromide?

Sodium bromide (NaBr) is a salt that is most often used as a source of a free aqueous bromide ions. See the link below for more information.
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What is an acyl bromide?

An acyl bromide is an organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a bromine atom.
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What is cuprous bromide?

CuBr: It's a diamagnetic solid that adopts a polymeric structure  similar to that for zinc sulfide. The compound is used in the  synthesis of organic compounds.
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