Selenium Monobromide Formula

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selenium monobromide formula

The selenium monobromide molecule is a planar structure. Its average selenium-sulfur bond length is 2.53 A and the Se-Se bond strength is 0.273 A. This is a weaker bond than that found in two-coordinated selenium compounds. This is a result of the large number of sulfur atoms that surround selenium in these tetra-coordinated complexes, which increases the diamagnetism.

It is a water-soluble compound that can be used for water treatment, chemical analysis and ultra-high purity applications. It is a stable crystalline compound that can be easily dissolved in chloroform, carbon disulphide or liquid ammonia. It is a useful source of bromides for use in water treatment and analytical chemistry. It is also available in high purity and ultra-high purity formulations that improve optical quality and usefulness for crystal growth applications. This soluble compound has a lower (acidic) pH than the other bromides and is compatible with most water-based solutions.