bromide

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A dose of bromide taken as a sedative
A binary compound of bromine and some other element or radical
A dull person with conventional thoughts

My adviser at college was a bromide who had not had an original thought in years.

A platitude

We hoped the speech would include reassurances, but instead it was merely one bromide after another.

A compound of bromine with a positive radical
Bromide's are created using film negatives or positives and result in high resolution, positive black and white image on permanent photographic paper Logos and logotype are commonly converted into bromides for artwork and scanning purposes Also known as a PMT (acronym for photomechanical transfer) C CAMERA-READY COPY Black and white artwork which is meant to be processed by shooting it on a process camera, converted to negatives and used to make printing plates On a direct-to-plate system, the black and white artwork would be converted directly from the art to the printing plate
a sedative in the form of sodium or potassium bromide any of the salts of hydrobromic acid; used as a sedative
any of the salts of hydrobromic acid; used as a sedative
a photographic print normally part of plate making
one of the finished artwork options requested by the newspaper Most graphic designers can organise a bromide on your behalf if you supply a disk with a compatible file
Used to describe a bromide salt added to water to supply bromine that is changed to hypobromous acid, an effective disinfectant
a sedative in the form of sodium or potassium bromide
Photographic print made from a negative, or a positive used as a proof
A photographic print created on bromide paper
A contraction of photo bromide An accepted part of the language of advertising Means black and white photoprint, usually of type, logo or packs, but loosely covers any black and white photograph See Repro Bromide
Code name for British Jamming equipment used to counter German "X-Beams"
A person who is conventional and commonplace in his habits of thought and conversation
An inorganic compound used in tracer experiments to simulate contaminates
Any compound that contains either the Br- ion or bromine with an oxidation state of -1, such as NaBr or HBr
High quality black & white Artwork from either Film or Digital origin (As opposed to a photocopy which is low quality)
A photographic paper used in graphic reproduction, phototypesetting on which a photographic image is created
{i} compound of bromine that was formerly used as a sedative (Chemistry); trite and uncreative remark or hackneyed notion; cliché; ordinary person; boring person (Slang)
a trite or obvious remark
Bromide is a drug which used to be given to people to calm their nerves when they were worried or upset. a dose of bromide
[Slang] A sensitized paper coated with gelatin impregnated with bromide of silver, used in contact printing and in enlarging
A common term for a bromide salt used to supply bromide ions to the water so they may be oxidized or changed into hypobromous acid, the killing form of bromine Used as a disinfectant
A bromide is a comment which is intended to calm someone down when they are angry, but which has been expressed so often that it has become boring and meaningless. The meeting produced the usual bromides about macroeconomic policy, third-world debt and the environment. = platitude
bromide of potassium
potassium bromide
bromide of potassium
compound of bromide and potassium
bromide of silver
silver bromide, a light-sensitive compound important in photography
acyl bromide
Any organic compound containing an acyl functional group directly attached to a bromine atom
curium bromide
The curium salt of hydrobromic acid, CmBr3
ethidium bromide
An intercalating agent commonly used as a nucleic acid stain, having the molecular formula C21H20BrN3
ethyl bromide
bromoethane
hydrogen bromide
A colourless gas having an irritating smell; it has the molecular formula HBr, and dissolves in water to form hydrobromic acid; it has many industrial applications including the production of barbiturates and synthetic hormones
lithium bromide
the lithium salt of hydrobromic acid, LiBr, sometimes used as a desiccant
methyl bromide
bromomethane
otilonium bromide
A particular antimuscarinic drug
phenacyl bromide
A colourless solid with chemical formula C6H5C(O)CH2Br, a powerful lachrymator and a useful precursor to other organic compounds, prepared by bromination of acetophenone
bromides
plural of bromide
ethyl bromide
toxic flammable colorless solution that is used as a refrigerant and in organic synthesis
hydrogen bromide
a colorless gas that yields hydrobromic acid in solution with water
hydrogen bromide
An irritating colorless gas, HBr, used in the manufacture of barbiturates and synthetic hormones
ipratropium bromide
an inhaled bronchodilator (trade name Atrovent)
methyl bromide
a poisonous gas or liquid (CH3Br) used to fumigate rodents, worms, etc
methyl bromide
A toxic gas, CHBr, used as a fumigant
potassium bromide
a white crystalline salt (KBr) used as a sedative and in photography
potassium bromide
A white crystalline solid or powder, KBr, used as a sedative, in photographic emulsion, and in lithography
potassium bromide
chemical compound
silver bromide
A pale yellow crystalline compound, AgBr, that turns black on exposure to light and is used as the light-sensitive component on ordinary photographic film and plates
silver bromide
a bromide that darkens when exposed to light; used in making photographic emulsions
bromide