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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


  1, 4-Diiodobenzene

Iodine (IPA: /ˈaɪədaɪn, ˈaɪədɪn/, or /ˈaɪədiːn/; from Greek: ιώδης iodes "violet"), is a chemical element that has the symbol I and atomic number 53. Naturally-occurring iodine is a single isotope with 74 neutrons.



  2-Iodobenzoic Acid

Chemically, iodine is the least reactive of the halogens, and the most electropositive halogen after astatine. However, the element does not occur in the free state in nature. As with all other halogens (members of Group VII in the Periodic Table), when freed from its compounds iodine forms diatomic molecules.


  2-Lodophenol

Iodine and its compounds are primarily used in medicine, photography and in dyes. Although it is rare in the solar system and Earth's crust, the iodides are very soluble in water, and the element is concentrated in seawater. This mechanism helps to explain how the element came to be required in trace amounts by all animals and some plants, being by far the heaviest element known to be necessary to living organisms.


  O-Iodophenol

Iodine under standard conditions is a dark-purple/dark-brown solid. It can be seen apparently sublimating at standard temperatures into a violet-pink gas that has an irritating odor. This halogen forms compounds with many elements, but is less reactive than the other members of its Group VII (halogens) and has some metallic light reflectance.



  2-Hydroxyiodobenzene

Elemental iodine dissolves easily in chloroform and carbon tetrachloride. The solubility of elementary iodine in water can be vastly increased by the addition of potassium iodide. The molecular iodine reacts reversibly with the negative ion, creating the triiodide anion, I3−, which dissolves well in water.




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