The needs of the modern chemical industry determine the necessity of systematic use of underground industrial waters rich in various valuable microelements. In particular, in Turkmenistan groundwater is the most important source for the production of bromine.
Scientific analyst A. Ilyasov spoke about industrial waters as a source of bromine, and also compiled an analytical article on the ways in which this trace element can be used in various areas of human life.
The expert noted that the large reserves of bromine in Turkmenistan, contained in the groundwater, can be used in a variety of areas. The use of bromine as a reagent and element accelerating chemical reactions is justified. It opens broad prospects of using it in the oil and gas processing industry. In this case it is possible to achieve a combination of minimum investments and a high profit share.