Bromination of phenol

Bromination of phenol

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Caption: Bromination of phenol. Phenol (or hydroxybenzene, C6H5OH) after addition of bromine water, forming a white suspension of 2,4,6-tribromophenol (C6H2Br3OH). The product is used in the manufacture of flame retardant materials, and in pharmaceutical preparations as an antiseptic.

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Keywords: 6-tribromophenol, aromatic alcohol, bromination, bromine, bromol, chemical, chemicals, chemistry, clamp, experiment, hydroxybenzene, liquid, liquids, organic, phenol, reaction, ring, school, solution, suspension, test tube, tribromophenol, water

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