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BCDMHBromochlorodimethylhydantoin (water treatment microbicide)
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DBDMH (1,3-dibromo-5,5-dimethlyhydantoin), sometimes inaccurately referred to as "pure bromine," undergoes a reaction similar to that of BCDMH when added to water.
BCDMH tablets are not used to a significant extent in outdoor pools because bromine cannot be effectively stabilized against decomposition by sunlight.
Two forms of bromine are commonly used for pool and spa water treatment: sodium bromide and BCDMH.