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|Product Name:||Magnesium Bromide||Synonyms:||Hydrobromic Acid Magnesium Salt;Magnesium Bromide (MgBr2);magnesiumbromide(mgbr2);MgBr2;MAGNESIUM BROMIDE, ANHYDROUS, POWDER, 99 .995%;MAGNESIUM BROMIDE ANHYDROUS 98%;NCI-H661 Cell;MagnesiuM BroMide, 98%, Pure, Anhydrous|
Magnesium Bromide Hexahydrate Cas No.7789-48-2
[Product Name]:Magnesium Bromide Hexahydrate
[Molecular Formula]: MgBr2
[Molecular Weight] : 184.11
[Appearance]: Fine powder
|Exterior||White crystalline||White crystalline|
|BrO3-||No response||No response|
Magnesium bromide Chemical Properties
|Melting point||711 °C(lit.)|
|Boiling point||1248.47°C (estimate)|
|density||3.72 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)|
|Water Solubility||g/100g H2O: 100.6 (25°C), 125.4 (100°C); solid phase, MgBr2 ·6H2O [KRU93]|
|CAS DataBase Reference||7789-48-2(CAS DataBase Reference)|
|NIST Chemistry Reference||Magnesium dibromide(7789-48-2)|
|EPA Substance Registry System||Magnesium bromide (MgBr2)(7789-48-2)|
Magnesium bromide Usage And Synthesis
|Occurrence and Uses||Magnesium bromide occurs in sea water, surface and subterranean brines, and salt deposits. It is an electrolyte component in certain dry cells. In medicine, it is a sedative and anticonvulsant for treatment of nervous disorder. It also is used in organic synthesis forming several addition compounds.|
|Physical Properties||The anhydrous MgBr2 is a white crystalline substance; hexagonal crystals; deliquescent; density 3.72 g/cm3; melts at 700°C; highly soluble in water (101.5g/100mL at 20°C); moderately soluble in methanol and ethanol (21.8 and 6.9 g/mL at 20°C, respectively).
The hexahydrate, MgBr2•6H2O consists of colorless monoclinic crystals; bitter taste; hygroscopic; fluoresce in x-rays; density 2.07 g/cm3; melts at 172.4°C; intensely soluble in water, 316 g/100 mL at 0°C; dissolves in methanol and ethanol; slightly soluble in ammonia solution.
|Preparation||Magnesium bromide is prepared by treating magnesium oxide with hydrobromic acid and subsequent crystallization above 0°C. The product is hexahydrate, MgBr2•6H2O:
MgO + 2HBr → MgBr2 + H2O
The anhydrous MgBr2 may be obtained by heating the hexahydrate with dry hydrogen bromide gas. Magnesium bromide also can be made from its elements. Heating magnesium metal with bromine vapor yields the salt:
Mg + Br2 → MgBr2
Magnesium bromide, like the chloride salt, is obtained from sea water (see Magnesium and Magnesium chloride). In this process, magnesium hydroxide precipitated from sea water is neutralized with hydrobromic acid, and MgBr2 is obtained by crystallization.
|Chemical Properties||Colorless, very deliquescent crystals; bitter taste. Soluble in water; slightly soluble in alcohol.|
|Uses||Organic syntheses, medicine (sedative).|
|Uses||The major use of MgBr2 has been in the commercial production of bromine. The Dow process is an electrolytic method of bromine extraction from brine, and was Herbert Dow’s second revolutionary process for generating bromine commercially (1889).
Magnesium bromide has also been used in organic syntheses. An efficient and environmentally friendly procedure for the one-pot synthesis of tetrahydropyrimidines from aldehydes, a-diketones and urea/thiourea by using magnesium bromide as an inexpensive and easily available catalyst under solvent-free conditions has been described. Compared with the classical Biginelli reaction conditions, this new method has the advantage of good to excellent yields (74%–94%) and short reaction times (45–90 min). The structure of the Biginelli reaction product from a-diketone, salicylaldehyde and urea has been proposed to possess an oxygen bridge by cyclization (intramolecular Michael addition).
|Preparation||Magnesium bromide is prepared by treating MgO with hydrobromic acid and then crystallization above 0.0°C in solution. The product is the hexahydrate salt:
The anhydrous form may also be prepared by heating the hexah
|Purification Methods||Crystallise it from EtOH or H2O (3.3g/mL). Dry it in a vacuum at ~150o, or heat the hydrate in a stream of HCl. It is very deliquescent. [Ehrlich in Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry (Ed. Brauer) Academic Press Vol I p 909 1963.]|
Magnesium bromide Preparation Products And Raw materials
|Preparation Products||Bromine-->DIMETHYL METHOXYMALONATE|
|Raw materials||Bromine-->Dimethoate-->Magnesium hydroxide|
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