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Iodine is a chemical element that comes with the symbol I and has its atomic number 53. It is the most heaviest of stable halogens and exits as a lustrous, metallic solid at standard states, which sublimes promptly to form a violet gas. The element occurs in various oxidation states, including iodide and iodate. Additionally, it also exists in different periodate anions. Being least copious of the stable halogens, it is the heaviest indispensable mineral nutrient. Iodine is the fourth halogen, which is similar to other halogens is a powerful oxidising agent, which make reaction with various elements so as complete its outer shell.

Benefits and usages:

  • This weakest oxidizing comes with lowest electronegativity and is utilized in various applications of varied importance.
  • Used for organoiodine compounds, pure element, make potassium iodide, and inorganic iodine compounds.
  • Other major utilization of this compound are catalysts, stabilizers, dyes, animal feed supplements, pigments, pharmaceutical, photography, colorant and sanitation.
  • Minor utilization include cloud seeding, smog inhibition, and different other uses in analytical chemistry.

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Calcium Iodide Anhydrous

Calcium Iodide Anhydrous is the ionic compound of calcium and iodine with the chemical formula CaI2. It is soluble in water, ethanol, acetone, and methanol and insoluble in ether. This chemical compound has the molecular mass of 293.887 g/mol and density 3.956 g/cm3. It is an odorless white salt which has a high affinity for moisture. This compound is used in photography and in cat food as a source of iodine.

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Hydroiodic Acid

Hydroiodic Acid has a chemical formula HI(H2O)x. It is the highly acidic aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide and is commonly used as a chemical reagent which completely ionizes in an aqueous solution. This chemical compound has the molecular weight of 127.91 g/mol and density 1.70 g/cm3. In its concentrated form, it has a pH of less than 0.

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Ammonium Iodide

Ammonium Iodide is prepared by reacting ammonia or ammonium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid or hydrogen iodide gas. It has the chemical formula NH4I with the molecular mass of 144.94 g/mol and density 2.51 g/cm3. This chemical compound is used in some medications and in photographic chemicals. It is soluble in water and ethanol. NH4I can also be prepared by the decomposition of ammoniated triiodoamine.

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Iodine is a chemical compound symbolized as I which is required by the thyroid gland to make hormones. It also plays an important role in the development of the central nervous system. This chemical compound has lustrous, purple-black metallic appearance in standard conditions. It has a melting point and boiling point of 113.7 degree Celsius and 184.3 degree Celsius respectively. This compound is the heaviest of stable halogens with an atomic number 53.

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Calcium Iodide Hexahydrate

Calcium Iodide Hexahydrate is a white to yellowish crystalline compound having the formula CaI2.6H2O. It is hygroscopic in nature with the molecular mass of 401.977 g/mol. This chemical compound is generally used as a source of iodine in cat food. It has a variety of industrial and pharmaceutical applications.

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Calcium Iodide Hydrate

Calcium Iodide Hydrate is a colorless liquid with the chemical formula CaI2.xH2O. It can be prepared by treating calcium carbonate, calcium hydroxide or calcium oxide with hydrochloric acid and then adding the desired amount of water molecules. This chemical formula has the molecular mass of 365.95 g/mol (tetrahydrate) and a high boiling point of 1100 degree Celsius.


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