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Titanium Tetrabromide, TiBr4

Titanium Tetrabromide (Titanic Bromide), TiBr4, is said to be formed when bromine vapour is passed over a red-hot mixture of titanic oxide and carbon, but is prepared by the action of gaseous hydrogen bromide on the heated chloride. It is an amber-coloured hygroscopic, crystalline substance of density 2.6; it melts at 39° C. and boils at 230° C.; with ammonia it forms TiBr4.8NH3, and it is hydrolysed by water, forming oxybromides, of which two have been described, TiBr3OH and 2TiBr(OH)3.3H2O, a stable, crystalline powder.

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