Solvolytic reactions between monobromoacetic acid and metal oxides, carbonates, oxalates, formates, sulphites, nitrates, nitrites and chlorides form monobromoacetates. In the case of transition metals, a molecule of solvent is also attached to the solvolysed products. The solvolysed products have been investigated by IR, magnetic susceptibility and molar conductance measurements. Lewis bases form adducts with these products. The solvolytic reactions have been explained on the bases of autoionization of monobromoacetic acid reported earlier1 as, 2CH2BrCOOH ⇌ CH2BrCOOH2++ CH2BrCOO-.