Sodium bromide, chemical type NABR or Nabr 2H2O. Colorless crystal (or powder), soluble in water, slightly soluble in alcohol. is very similar to sodium chloride. Oral toxicity is low. The melting point of its anhydrous form (NABR) is 747°c and the boiling point is 1390°c. Can be made AGBR photosensitive agent. Medical treatment can be used as a sedative, hypnotic agent, or anticonvulsant drug. In industry, sodium bromide can be used for bromine production. When swallowed or sucked into the compound, it can cause damage to the central nervous system, the brain, and the eyes, as well as irritating reactions to the skin, eyes and respiratory tract.