tribromide

[trahy-broh-mahyd]
noun Chemistry.
a bromide containing three atoms of bromine.

Origin:
tri- + bromide

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On charging, the bromide ions are oxidized to bromine and complexed as tribromide ions.
These included elemental boron, boron trichloride and boron tribromide.
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