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iodate

[′ī·ə‚dāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A salt of iodic acid containing the IO3- radical; sodium and potassium iodates are the most important salts and are used in medicine.
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A spokesman for German food safety authority The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety - Bundesamt fur Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (BVL) - told Feedinfo News Service: "The calcium iodate was distributed to Austria, Belgium and Germany.
The lawmaker suggested buying salt and potassium iodate through the government and then sell them to domestic salt producers.
The inhibitory effect from ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is minimized by the incorporation of iodate in the test region on the test strips (2).
Aniline is vacuum distilled over zinc; the middle fraction is collected and stored in a refrigerator, whereas potassium iodate, HI and sodium thiosulphate are used as received.
Other oxidizers like calcium peroxide, potassium iodate, or calcium iodate are used in some countries for their fast oxidizing properties.
The ninth edition adds an experiment on determining the solubility product of barium iodate and an introduction to Excel in the appendices.
To reduce the risk, officials have poured money into "cloud seeding," a process whereby thousands of silver iodate pellets are blasted into threatening clouds days before the Games begin in order to induce rain.
Both methyl ethyl ketazine and hydrogen peroxide in the reaction mixture have been estimated by using iodate method, because various applications of titrations using iodate gave results of good accuracy.
The use of iodine-containing medications such as potassium iodate throughout pregnancy however must be monitored as chronically high intakes of iodine may result in fetal and neonatal hypothyroidism and goitre (Dorea, 2002).
5) Iodised salt and food additives, such as calcium iodate and potassium iodide, contribute to the variation in iodine content of processed foods.
The two chemical compounds in general use are potassium iodate (KI[O.