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bromide salt +     
acetylcholine bromide 
ammonium bromide 
cetylpyridinium bromide 
decyltrimethylammonium bromide 
demecarium bromide 
disodium hydrogenarsenate +  
disodium selenite +   
disodium tetraborate +   
disodium tetrachloropalladate 
dodecyltrimethylammonium bromide 
lithium bromide 
neostigmine bromide 
octyltrimethylammonium bromide 
organic bromide salt +   
pancuronium bromide 
scopolamine methobromide 
sodium arsenate  
sodium arsenite  
sodium aurothiosulfate  
sodium azide  
sodium borohydride  
sodium bromate  
sodium bromide  
An inorganic sodium salt having bromide as the counterion.
sodium chlorate  
sodium chloride +   
sodium chlorite 
sodium chromate  
sodium dichromate  
sodium dihydrogen arsenate 
sodium diphosphate 
sodium disulfite 
sodium dithionite 
sodium fluorate 
sodium fluorophosphate 
sodium hexachloroplatinate  
sodium hydrogensulfite  
sodium hypochlorite  
sodium iodide  
sodium metaborate 
sodium metavanadate +  
sodium molybdate (anhydrous) +   
sodium molybdate dihydrate 
sodium molybdate heptahydrate 
sodium molybdate tetrahydrate 
sodium nitrate  
sodium nitrite  
sodium perborate 
sodium perchlorate  
sodium periodate 
sodium selenate 
sodium selenide  
sodium silicate +  
sodium sulfate +  
sodium sulfide (anhydrous) +   
sodium sulfite  
sodium tetrachloroplatinate 
sodium tetrahydroaluminate 
sodium thiosulfate +  
sodium tungstate +   
tetramethylammonium bromide 
tetrapropylammonium bromide 
trisodium hexafluoroaluminate +  
trisodium vanadate 

Related Synonyms: Bromide salt of sodium ;   Bromnatrium ;   Formula=BrNa ;   InChI=1S/BrH.Na/h1H;/q;+1/p-1 ;   InChIKey=JHJLBTNAGRQEKS-UHFFFAOYSA-M ;   NaBr ;   SMILES=[Na+].[Br-] ;   Trisodium tribromide
Xrefs: CAS:7647-15-6 "ChemIDplus" ;   CAS:7647-15-6 "NIST Chemistry WebBook"
Xref Mesh: MESH:C027938
Xrefs: Wikipedia:Sodium_bromide

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