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Chemistry Formulas

Bromic Acid formula, also referred to as the Hydrogen bromate formula or Bromic (V) acid formula is explained in this article. It is an oxoacid and it exists only in liquid solution. It is a solution that is colorless. During its decomposition to bromine at room temperature, the color of the solution changes yellow. The molecular formula of Bromic Acid is HBrO3.

Hydrogen bromate is a powerful oxidizing agent and is a common ingredient in the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction. Bromic acid is obtained as a product of the reaction of barium bromate (Ba (BrO3)2) and sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Barium sulfate obtained could be a precipitate form. Hence bromic acid can be decanted by removing the precipitated barium sulfate


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