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Iodide


- Potassium Iodide
- 2-Iodoxybenzoic Acid
- Dess Martin Periodinane
- Iodobenzene Diacetate
- Iodobenzene Dichloride
- Iodosylbenzene
- 1, 4-Diiodobenzene
- 2-Lodophenol
- 2-Hydroxyiodobenzene
- 3, 5-Di Lodosalicylic Acid
- 4-Chloro Iodo Benzene
- 4-Iodoanisole
- P-Hydroxyiodobenzene
- 4-Hydroxyphenyl Iodide
- 4-Iodotoluene
- Sodium Metaperiodate
- 5-Iodo-2-Methylbenzoic Acid
- Cuprous Iodide
- Diphosphorus Tetraiodide
- Iodo Ethane
- Ferrous Iodide
- Hydriodic Acid
- Hydroiodic Acid
- Iodine Monochloride
- Iodure De Trimethyloxosulfonium
- Iodoacetic acid
- Methyl Iodide
- Methyl-2-iodo Benzoate
- N-Butyl Iodide
- 1-Lodobutano
- Orthoperiodic acid
- Potassium Meta Periodate
- Cadmium Iodide
- Lithium Iodide
- Potassium Mercuric Iodide
- Silver Iodide
- Sodium Iodide
- IBX acid
- Diphenyliodonium Iodide
- Diacetoxyiodobenzene
- Iodobenzene Bichloride
- Iodosobenzene
- 2-Iodobenzoic Acid
- O-Iodophenol
- O-Hydroxyiodobenzene
- 4-Bromo Iodo Benzene
- 4-Iodoaniline
- 4-Iodophenol
- 4-Hydroxyiodobenzene
- P-Iodophenol
- 1-Iodo-4-Methylbenzene P-Iodotoluene
- Sodium Periodatemeta
- Ammonium Iodide
- Copper Iodide
- Ethyl Iodide
- Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide
- Iron Iodide
- Hydrogen Iodide
- Iodic Acid
- Trimethylsulfoxonium Iodide
- Iodine Pentoxide
- Iodobenzene
- Iodomethane
- Butyl iodide
- 1-Iodobutane
- Periodic Acid
- Metaperiodic Acid
- Zinc Iodide
- Mercuric Iodide Red
- Barium Iodide
- Tetra- N- Butylammonium Bromide
- Tetramethylammonium Iodide


  Diacetoxyiodobenzene

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  Iodobenzene Dichloride

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  Iodobenzene Bichloride

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  Iodosylbenzene

Periodinanes are chemical compounds containing hypervalent iodine. These iodine compounds are hypervalent because the iodine atom in it contains more than the 8 electrons in the valence shell required for the octet rule. When iodine is complexed with a monodentate electronegative ligand such as chlorine, iodine compounds occur with a +3 oxidation number as iodine(III) or λ3-iodanes or as a +5 oxidation number as iodine(V) or λ5-iodanes.



  Iodosobenzene

Iodine itself contains 7 valence electrons and in a λ3-iodane three more are donated by the ligands making it a decet structure. λ5-iodanes are dodecet molecules. In an ordinary iodine compound such as iodobenzene the number of valence electrons is eight as expected. In order to get from iodine to a hypervalent iodine compound it gets oxidized with removal of first 3 electrons and then 5 electrons.




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