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- Bromine was discovered in 1826 by a French chemist, Antoine Balard, and was subsequently named such after the Greek bromos ("stink").
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- An Introduction to Bromine
- the French chemist Antoine Balard isolated it from chlorine. Bromine in its elemental form is a highly volatile reddish-brown liquid at room temperature.
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- Antoine Jérôme Balard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Antoine Jérôme Balard (30 September 1802 – 30 April 1876) was a French chemist and the discoverer of bromine.
- Antoine-Jerome Balard (French chemist) -- Britannica Online
- Antoine-Jerome Balard (French chemist), Sept. 30, 1802 Montpellier, Fr.
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- Antoine-Jérôme Balard French chemist (1802–1876) Balard was born in Montpellier in southern France, and studied there at the School of Pharmacy.
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