What is an interesting fact about hydrobromic acid?
It is quite possibly of the most grounded mineral corrosive. At the point when vaporous hydrogen bromide (profoundly harmful and very solvent in water) is broken down in water, an exceptionally acidic and destructive fluid (HBr) is framed. It is financially accessible as 48 or 62% corrosive in bottles.
What does hydrobromic acid react with?
Hydrobromic corrosive is an exceptionally impressive corrosive and it is a more grounded corrosive than hydrochloric corrosive. It responds with bases to shape bromide salts. Hydrobromic corrosive is exceptionally receptive and destructive to most metals. Hydrobromic corrosive when responded with sulfuric corrosive gives sulfur dioxide, bromine, and water.