iodic


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iodic

(aɪˈɒdɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or containing iodine, esp in the pentavalent state
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i•od•ic

(aɪˈɒd ɪk)

adj.
containing iodine, esp. in the pentavalent state.
[1820–30; < French iodique (1812); see iodine, -ic]
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Translations

iodic

adj (spec)jodhaltig, Jod-
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It lies close beneath the surface, and follows for a length of one hundred and fifty miles the margin of a grand basin or plain; this, from its outline, manifestly must once have been a lake, or more probably an inland arm of the sea, as may be inferred from the presence of iodic salts in the saline stratum.
The starting iodo anilines required for the preparation of imines were prepared by iodination of substituted anilines using molecular iodine and iodic acid under refluxing technique [31].
Sources of organic iodine, and also food stuffs, enriched with such iodine which is necessary for liquidation of iodic insufficiency.
Furthermore, the terms "Radon Spa therapy," "Balneotherapy," "Sulphurous Water," "Bromide Water," "Iodic Water," "Salty Water," and "Radon Water" were linked through "and" with "rhinitis" or "rhinosinusitis." No limitation was made in language, publication date, and duration of the study or the demographic data of patients.
The first aid kit should be complemented by the following pharmaceuticals not requiring any special medical knowledge: disinfectants (iodic and peroxide solutions, etc.) preparations intended for treating burns and pain relievers;
Passing from region to region, they noted their preferences--from the sweet and heathery nose of the Highlands to the smoky and somewhat iodic style of the western isles.
The resultant schematics are then colored with oils, here, primarily, an iodic brown and a denimlike indigo.