The selling of bromine by organisations, sole proprietors, and partnerships for use as a water disinfectant or purifier makes up the Bromine Market. A hazardous liquid with a rich red colour and an odiferous smell, bromine is a chemical element. Bromine is a chemical that is used to produce colours, fumigants, flameproofing agents, sanitizers, water purification compounds, photographic agents, vegetable oils, and as an emulsifier in soft drinks with citrus flavours. Due to its harmful effects on bacteria, it is often employed as a surface disinfectant. Organobromine, clear brine fluids, and hydrogen bromide are the three primary categories of bromine derivatives. Organic compounds with carbon bound to bromine are referred to as organobromine.