Wednesday, May 16, 2007

  • BROKEN-HILL, the title of Kabwe in Zambia up to 1967.
  • BROKEN-HILLSKY the PERSON, rodezijsky the person, a skull and separate bones of a skeleton of the person of neanderthal type (see. Neanderthal men), found in Broken Hill (Kabwe) in Zambia (the Sowing. Rodezii) in 1921.
  • BROKERS (English, a unit of hours broker) (brokers), separate persons or the firms specializing on intermediary exchange transactions; for intermediary receive compensation in the form of fixed percent from an amount of transaction.
  • BROKKELMAN (Brokelman) (Brockelmann) Charles (1868-1956), the german orientalist. Transactionses on a history of the Orient, the Arabian literature, semitologii; the biobibliographic dictionary Arabian and arabojazychnyh poets, writers, scientists of 6-20 centuries.
  • BROCKEN (Brocken), top in mountains Harz, in Germany. An altitude of 1142 m. A number is connected to her german national povery (a Shabash of witches on Brocken in Valpurgievu night, etc.).
  • BROKHAUZ (Brockhouse) Bertram (r. 1918), canadian physics. Has developed with employees the scheme of a three-axial neutron spectrometer and has conducted (1955) measurement of spectrums of photons, having discovered a recent trend and physics. For the first time has measured dispersible curves of quasi-particles (magnons) in magnetics. The Nobel Prize (1994, together with K.Shallom).
  • BROMINE (an armour. Bromum), Br, the chemical element of VII group of a periodic system, atomic number 35, atomic weight 79,904, falls into to halogens. It is called from grech. bromos - a stink. A heavy red - brown liquid fuming on air with sharp off-flavour; firmness of 3,1 g / sm3, tïë-7,25 °S, têèï 59,2 °S. Apply as the brominating agent, to obtaining bromides, organic and other connections of bromine, in an analytical chemistry. Bromine is toxicant.
  • BROMARGIRIT, a mineral, see in an item. Bromides natural.
  • BROMATES, salt bromic acid HBrO3. The strong oxidants. KBrO3 and NaBrO3 apply in an analytical chemistry.
  • PINEAPPELE FAMILY (pineapple), a set of Monocotyledones, mostly perennial, herbaceous plants (predominary epiphytes). St. 2000 kinds (ok. 50 stems), in tropics and subtropics of America. To a pineappele family concern a pineapple, luiziansky a moss.
  • BROMIDES, chemical combinations of bromine with other elements. See. Kalii bromidum, Natrium of bromides.
  • BROMIDES NATURAL, group of infrequent minerals, halogen compounds of silver. Main minerals: bromargirit (AgBr), embolit Ag (Cl, Br). Grains of yellow or yellow-green colour, crystals with a bright brillant lustre. Hardness 2-2,5; firmness from 5,7 (embolit) up to 6,4 g / sm3 (bromargirit). Meet in sulphidic argentiferous deposits.
  • BROMISM, development of a hypersensibility to drugs of bromine: tussis, a rhinitis, a conjunctivitis, bromoderma.
  • BROMY (grech. Noisy), in Other. Greeces one of nicknames Dionisa.
  • BROMINDIGO, the blue vat dyestuff, a derivative indigo. More strongly and more brightly the latter. It is applied to a staining and a seal cotton and rayon fabrics.
  • HYDROGEN BROMIDE, HBr, colourless gas fuming on air with sharp off-flavour, tïë - 86,91 °S, têèï - 66,7 °S. A water solution - bromidovodorodnaja an acid. Apply to synthesis of bromides, organic bromproizvodnyh.
  • BROMLEJ Julian Vladimirovich (1921-90), the Russian historian and the ethnographer, academician AN the USSR (1976). The main transactionses on theoretical problems of ethnography and european feudalism. State premiums of the USSR (1981, 1987).
  • BROMINE WATER, solution of bromine in water. An oxidant, a brominating means at chemical analyses and synthesis of some organic drugs.
  • BROMODERMA, a development of a bromism: dermal emptyings by the way cyanotic eels or violet tumorous plaques on a face, anticnemions, rumps, sometimes on all body.
  • ARMOURED CAR, armoured, armed machine guns, sometimes a gun, the wheel machine intended for investigation, battle ohranenija, etc. It was applied in 1-st world, Civil and 2-nd world wars. Armoured cars of different phylums will consist in the inventory in some modern armies.
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