Product Name:1,3,5-tribromobenzene

IUPAC Name:1,3,5-tribromobenzene

Molecular Formula:C6H3Br3
Catalog Number:CM101857
Molecular Weight:314.8

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CAS NO:626-39-1
Molecular Formula:C6H3Br3
Melting Point:-
Smiles Code:BrC1=CC(Br)=CC(Br)=C1
Density:2.281 g/cm3
Catalog Number:CM101857
Molecular Weight:314.8
Boiling Point:271°C(lit.)
MDL No:MFCD00000080
Storage:Store at room temperature.

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