dibromide

[ dahy-broh-mahyd, -mid ]
/ daɪˈbroʊ maɪd, -mɪd /

noun Chemistry.

a compound containing two bromine atoms, as ethylene dibromide, C2H4Br2.

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Origin of dibromide

First recorded in 1865–70; di-1 + bromide
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British Dictionary definitions for dibromide

dibromide
/ (daɪˈbrəʊmaɪd) /

noun

a chemical compound that contains two bromine atoms per molecule
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