ammonium iodide


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ammonium iodide

[ə′mōn·yəm ′ī·ə‚dīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NH4I A salt prepared from ammonia and hydrogen iodide or iodine; it forms colorless, regular crystals which sublime when heated; used in photography and for pharmaceutical preparations.
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In the first step, we produced the appropriate reactants including solid iodine and cetyl trimethyl ammonium iodide.
1 M tetra-n-butyl ammonium iodide in the presence of an equivalent of phosphonium salt (PhCH:CHCH2P+Ph3NO3-), also exhibit formation of dianion which is sufficiently basic enough, stronger base than its bromo derivative, to accept a proton from the added phosphonium salt.
Williams and Kenyon [13] have used tetra methyl ammonium iodide (TMAI) as the electrolyte of choice for determining DBP by cathode-ray polarography in the presence of methanol solvent while Tanaka and Takeshita [14] have used 0.
5 wt% ammonium iodide impregnated EB activated carbons were repeated in order to determine the random experimental error in the results.
Contract Awarded for Supply of AMMONIUM IODIDE,AR/GR