Methyl Bromide Burns

@inproceedings{Butler1945MethylBB,
  title={Methyl Bromide Burns},
  author={Edward Cuthbert Butler and Kenneth M. A. Perry and John V. Williams},
  year={1945}
}
Methyl bromide (CH3Br) is a colourless, odourless gas at normal temperatures and pressures. It has a boiling point of 4.50 C., and a melting point of -93° C. Its molecular weight is 94-94 and its specific gravity at 00 C. is 1 732. At ordinary temperatures, therefore, it is approximately three and a half times as heavy as air. It is a highly stable compound chemically, and while only slightly soluble in water, it is soluble in most organic solvents. Because of its great density it has been… CONTINUE READING

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