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Chemistry Formulas

The iodide formula, also referred to as the Iodide ion formula or Iodide anion formula is discussed in this article. Compounds containing iodine with an oxidation state -1 are the iodides. It's one of the greatest monatomic anions. The assigned radius is about 206 picometers. The chemical formula of Iodide is I.

The natural crystalline silver iodide – Iodargyrite is the most common iodide mineral lately known. Iodide anions are found combined with copper, lead, and mercury. These salts are mild reducing agents and may react with O to produce iodine. A reducing agent is also referred to as an antioxidant in chemical terminology. Iodide salts are mainly soluble in water.


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