Hydrobromic Acid 48 % & 62 % is a strong acid formed by dissolving the diatomic molecule hydrogen bromide (HBr) in water. "Constant boiling" hydrobromic acid is an aqueous solution that distills at 124.3 °C and contains 47.6% HBr by weight, which is 8.89 mol/L. Hydrobromic acid has apKa of -9, making it a stronger acid than hydrochloric acid, but not as strong as hydroiodic acid. Hydrobromic acid is one of the strongest mineral acids known.
||Hydrobromic Acid |
||-11 °C (47-49% w/w aq.)|
||122 °C at 700 mmHg (47-49% w/w aq.)|