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Zirconium Oxybromides

Zirconium Oxybromides resemble the oxychlorides. By the evaporation over sulphuric acid of an aqueous solution of the tetrabromide crystals of ZrOBr2.8H2O are formed, and when these are heated to 100° - 120° C. in a current of hydrogen bromide ZrOBr2.4H2O results; whilst from a solution of titanium hydroxide in hydrobromic acid the compounds Zr(OH)3Br.2H2O and Zr(OH)3Br.H2O can be obtained.

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