Chemical elements
  Nitrogen
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      Nitrogen Chloride
      Nitrogen Iodide
      Monochloramine
      Nitrosyl Fluoride
      Nitrosyl Chloride
      Nitrosyl Bromide
      Nitryl Fluoride
      Nitryl Chloride
      Di-imide
      Nitramide
      Nitrohydroxylamine
      Hyponitrous acid
      Nitrous Oxide
      Nitric Oxide
      Nitrogen Trioxide
      Nitrogen Tetroxide
      Nitrogen Pentoxide
      Nitroso-nitrogen Trioxide
      Nitrous Acid
      Pernitric Acid
      Sulphur Nitride
      Pentasulphur Dinitride
    Ammonia
    Hydroxylamine
    Hydrazine
    Azoimide
    Nitric Acid

Nitrosyl Bromide, NOBr






The direct union of nitric oxide with bromine occurs when the gas is led into bromine till no further absorption takes place at temperatures between -7° and -15° C. If the temperature is above -7° C., the additive compound NOBr.Br2 is formed.

Sodium bromide and nitrosyl sulphuric acid react to form nitrosyl bromide:

NaBr + = + NOBr.


Properties

Nitrosyl bromide is a brownish-black liquid, boiling at -2° C. with dissociation. Generally speaking, nitrosyl bromide shows very similar properties to nitrosyl chloride.

The heat of formation of nitrosyl bromide is between 9.000 and 10.500 Cals.

The fusion curve of bromine and nitric oxide shows a eutectic at - 40° C. corresponding to NOBr3 or NOBr.Br3, and another at -55° C. which corresponds to NOBr2 and NOBr.

The compound NOBr3 is a brownish opaque liquid which boils at 32° C. with decomposition. The density at 20° C. is 2.637.

The heat of formation at 22° C. is 27.000 Cals.

Many organic compounds react with nitryl fluoride.
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