Bromine is distributed throughout the tissues in traces, and remains mixed
with chlorides. Its concentration in blood is higher than iodine. It is
easily absorbed from the small intestine.
Bromine ions, like chlorine
ions activate ptyalin and pancreatic amylase.
Natural Sources of Bromine
Bromine is found in food stuff,
especially in the animal tissues.
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