Before using, add one drop of ten per cent solution of potassium bromide to each ounce of the solution.
For the same reason, contrary to common opinion, I do not advise the addition of potassium bromide to the developer.
The usual method is to condemn vigorously the use of potassium bromide, and substitute ammonium or sodium bromide for it.
We therefore conclude, that either the niter or the small excess of potassium bromide, or both together, produce the change.
Each fluid drachm about equals, in medicinal strength, fifteen grains of potassium bromide.
By precipitating a solution of mercurous nitrate by another of potassium bromide.
If there is much irritability or fretfulness, or any premonition of eclampsia, it should be associated with potassium bromide.
potassium bromide has been recommended by Helenke, Beaufort, Erlenmeyer, and others.
potassium bromide n.
A white crystalline solid or powder used as a sedative.