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Atomic no.:
Atom. weight: 126.90447
Density: 4.94
Melting point: 113.6°C
Boiling point: 184.35°C
Colour: dark grey
Discoverer: Bernard Courtois
Place: Paris, France
Year: 1811

Iodine comes as black, shiny crystals that dissolve in alcohol; the result was sold as an antiseptic solution. Iodine salts (iodides) are used in dyes and photography, as industrial catalysts and in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. Iodine is also an essential element for humans, who require a daily intake of iodine (as iodide) of about one tenth of a milligram. Our bodies contain up to 20 milligrams, mainly in the thyroid gland. Normally we get enough from the food we eat, but people eating food grown in areas where the soil lacks iodides can develop a swollen thyroid known as goitre.

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 Acrylic Element cube - Iodine I - 50mm  Art. Nr. 003798  
Acrylic Element cube - Iodine I - 50mm
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High pure melted iodine in ampoule! Under high pressure and temperatures above 100 deg. C. Iodine forms a brown solid which conducts electricity.

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Amount: 1 St.
Purity : 99.9%
Packing: PE bag
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