magnesium iodide

magnesium iodide

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′ī·ə‚dīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
MgI2·8H2O Crystalline powder, white and deliquescent, discoloring in air; soluble in water, alcohol, and ether; used in medicine.
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Tenders are invited for supply of research grade chemicals : 1) methyl magnesium iodide solution (aldrich or fluka) 2) 1-adamantanol (aldrich or fluka) 3) dicyclopentadiene (aldrich or fluka) 4) n-boc pyrrole (aldrich or fluka) 5) weighted safety shield (h x w x d 30 inch x 19.5 inch x 6.5 inch thickness 3/8 inch)
Other salts, mostly iodides, that have successfully treated thyroid conditions include Arsenicum iodatum (arsenic iodide), Aurum iodatum (gold iodide), Baryta iodatum (barium iodide), Calcarea iodatum (calcium iodide), Ferrum iodatum (iron iodide), lodum (iodine), Kali iodatum (potassium iodide), Lithium iodatum (lithium Iodide), Magnesium iodatum (magnesium iodide), Mercurius iodatum flavus and ruber (two mercury iodides), Natrum iodatum (sodium iodide), and Natrum muriaticum (sodium chloride).