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When calcium and bromine combine, they form the ionic compound calcium bromide, CaBr2.

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This is a salt of Calcium and Bromine.

its a compound consisting of calcium ionically bonded to bromine

Calcium bromide would be formed - CaBr2.

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Calcium bromide, CaBr2 , is the only name

The chemical name for this compound is Calcium bromide. Chemical formula for it is, CaBr2. It is white in color.

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It is Calcium bromide = CaBr2

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