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Aluminum bromide

Aluminum bromide is flammable and corrosive.

Chemical Formula: AlBr3
Other names: Aluminum bromide
Layman's explanation: Aluminum bromide is hygroscopic and appears as white to yellow-red lumps. It is corrosive and causes severe burns. It should be stored in a cool, dry and well ventilated place. AlBr3 reacts violently with water and evolves HBr, and also reacts quickly with alcohols and acids.
Keywords: corrosive, Flammable, hygroscopic

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