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iodide

1. a salt of hydriodic acid, containing the iodide ion, I--
2. a compound containing an iodine atom, such as methyl iodide, CH3I
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iodide

[ī·ə‚dīd]
(chemistry)
A compound which contains the iodine atom in the -1 oxidation state and which may be considered to be derived from hydriodic acid (HI); examples are KI and NaI.
A compound of iodine, such as CH3CH2I, in which the iodine has combined with a more electropositive group.
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The AAP report stated, "The American Thyroid Association recommends that pregnant and lactating women take a supplement with adequate iodide. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that pregnant and lactating women also avoid exposure to excess nitrate, which would usually occur from contaminated well water, and thiocyanate, which is in cigarette smoke.