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ACETYL BROMIDE (506-96-7)  
Acetyl bromide is an acyl bromide compound. As is expected, it may be prepared by reaction between phosphorus tribromide and acetic acid: 3 CH3COOH + PBr3 → 3 CH3COBr + H3PO3 As usual for an acid halide, acetyl bromide hydrolyzes rapidly in water, forming acetic acid and hydrobromic acid. It also reacts with alcohols and amines to produce acetate esters and acetamides, respectively.
135-73-9 (135-73-9)  
4-phenylphenacyl bromide  ·  2-bromo-4'-phenylacetophenone
1-BROMONAPHTHALENE (90-11-9, 27497-51-4)  
alpha-bromonaphthalene
1-Bromonaphthalene is an organic compound with the formula C10H7Br. It is one of two isomeric bromonaphthalenes, the other being 2-bromonaphthalene. Under normal conditions, the substance is a colorless liquid.
1-BROMOHEXADECANE (112-82-3)  
cetyl bromide  ·  1-hexadecyl bromide  ·  n-Hexadecyl-1-bromide
1-Hexadecylpyridinium bromide (140-72-7)  
hexadecylpyridinium bromide  ·  CPyBr cpd
(1-BROMOETHYL)BENZENE (585-71-7, 1459-14-9)  
nona-deuterated cpd of (1-bromoethyl)benzene
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