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polyiodidesの例文

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  • The higher polyiodides were formed upon crystallization of solutions containing various concentrations of I  " and I 2.
  • In the solid states, the polyiodides can interact with each other to form chains, rings, or even complicated two-dimensional and three-dimensional networks.
  • The polyiodides can be made by addition of stoichiometric amounts of I 2 to solutions containing I  " and, with the presence of large KI when a stoichiometric amount of I 2 is added and cooled.
  • Discrete polyiodides usually have a linear sequence of iodine atoms and iodide ions, and are described in terms of association between I 2, I  " and units, which reflects the origin of the polyiodide.
  • Elemental iodine is slightly soluble in water, with one gram dissolving in 3450 ml at 20 癈 and 1280 ml at 50 癈; potassium iodide may be added to increase solubility via formation of triiodide ions, among other polyiodides.