Bromine, an ubiquitous element found in the environment (soils, salts, sea water, air), is a highly volatile reddish-brown liquid in its elemental form (Br2) at room temperature. It is though never naturally found in its elemental form, but in compounds with other substances, known as bromides. Bromides are used as the raw material to produce commercial brominated products.
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