Silver Iodate (AgIO3) of Micron Platers
Description of the Product
What is Silver Iodate?
Silver iodate (AgIO3) is a light-sensitive, white crystal composed of silver, iodine, and oxygen. Unlike most metal iodates, it is practically insoluble in water.
Preparation of Silver Iodate:
Silver Iodate can be obtained by reacting silver nitrate (AgNO3) with sodium iodate or potassium iodate. The by-product of the reaction is sodium nitrate. Alternatively, it can be created by the action of iodine in a solution of Silver Oxide.
Uses of Silver Iodate:
Silver Iodate is used to detect traces of chlorides in blood.
• Chemical formula: AgIO3
• CAS number: 7783-97-3
• Purity: 98.50 to 99.50 %
• Packaging type: Plastic bottle
• Packaging size: 1 kg, 2.5 kgs, 5 kgs, 10 kgs, 20 kgs
• Molar mass: 282.77 g
• Appearance: White crystals
• Solubility: Soluble in ammonia