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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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Under the new program, UNICEF will provide 6 metric tons -- roughly one years' worth of potassium iodate for the whole of Lebanon -- to the Health Ministry, which in turn will deliver it free of charge to local salt industry in tri-monthly or biannual installments.
90-40 of 30 January 1990 the amount of iodine and potassium iodate in salt should be to:
" We found 84 per cent samples positive with potassium bromate or iodate. We reconfirmed the presence of potassium bromate or iodate in a few samples through an external third- party laboratory," said Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general, CSE.
Various chemical oxidizing agents, such as potassium dichromate [13], potassium iodate [14], hydrogen peroxide [15], ferric chloride, or ammonium persulphate, were used [16].
Spectrophotometric study of the reaction mechanism between DDQ as [pi]-acceptor and potassium iodate and flucloxacillin and dicloxacillin drugs and their determination in pure and in dosage forms.
The main strategy recommended by WHO and UNICEF for controlling iodine deficiency disorders is universal salt iodization, which consists of adding iodine (as iodate or iodide) to all salt for human consumption, including salt used in food processing (25).
By titrating iodine solution (5g potassium iodide, 0.268 g potassium iodate in 200 ml distilled water and 30 ml of 3M Sulphuric acid).
Ingredients % Proximate Composition % Wet Weight Fish meal 38 Crude protein 40.54 Soybean meal 15 Crude fat 5.85 Peanut meal 9 Ash 13.72 Yeast 5 Moisture 8.11 Wheat flour 20 Gross energy (MJ/kg) 16.94 Corn flour 5 Menhaden fish 1 oil Soy oil 1 Soy lecithin 2 Mineral premix * 2 Vitamin premix ([dagger]) 2 * Mineral premix to supply the following elements: zinc (as sulfate), 72 mg/kg diet; iron (as sulfate), 36 mg/kg diet; manganese (as sulfate), 12 mg/kg diet; copper (as sulfate), 24 mg/kg diet; cobalt (as chloride), 0.6 mg/kg diet; iodine (as iodate), 1.2 mg/kg diet; chromium (trivalent, as chloride), 0.8 mg/kg diet; selenium (as selenate), 0.2 mg/kg diet; and molybdenum (as molybdate), 0.2 mg/kg diet.
Potassium iodide as a chemical actinometer for 254 nm radiation: Use of iodate as an electron scavenger.