Bronopol is an organic compound with wide-spectrum antimicrobial properties, effective against a wide range of bacteria, and used as a preservative in pharmaceutical applications. Compared to other aliphatic halogen-nitro compounds, Bronopol is more stable to hydrolysis in aqueous media under normal conditions. It is produced by the bromination of di(hydroxymethyl)nitromethane, which is derived from nitromethane by a nitroaldol reaction.
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