2-bromo-3- Chloropropiophenone has the molecular formula C9H8BrClO. It is a member of the group of organic substances called phenylpropanoids, which are aromatic substances with a phenylpropane moiety. The molecule has a three-carbon chain connected to a carbonyl group (C=O) on a phenyl ring that has been replaced with a bromine, chlorine, and chlorine atom. As an intermediary or building component in numerous chemical reactions and processes, 2-bromo-3- Chloropropiophenone is used to create medicines, agrochemicals, and other organic molecules. Its specialised uses include making pharmaceutical medications and serving as a starting point for the synthesis of other chemical compounds for use in research and development.