Aluminum Bromide formula, also referred to as Cupric chloride formula or Aluminium tribromide formula, is explained in this article. The most common form of aluminum bromide is Aluminium tribromide. It's colorless, hygroscopic solid, and sublimely. The chemical or molecular formula of Aluminum Bromide is AlBr3.
Its anhydrous form appears as a white to a yellowish-red compound that is lumpy solid and includes a pungent odor. In its liquid form, it appears as a liquid. It's corrosive to eyes, mucous membranes, and skin. It is widely used to make numerous chemicals. It acts as sol in several organic solvents like benzene, toluene, simple hydrocarbons, nitrobenzene, and xylene.