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i·o·dide

 (ī′ə-dīd′)
n.
Univalent anionic iodine, or a compound of iodine, especially a binary compound of iodine with a more electropositive element.
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iodide

(ˈaɪəˌdaɪd)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a salt of hydriodic acid, containing the iodide ion, I
2. (Elements & Compounds) a compound containing an iodine atom, such as methyl iodide, CH3I
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i•o•dide

(ˈaɪ əˌdaɪd, -dɪd)

n.
1. a salt of hydriodic acid consisting of two elements, one of which is iodine, as sodium iodide, NaI.
2. a compound containing iodine.
[1815–25; iod(ine) + -ide]
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i·o·dide

(ī′ə-dīd′)
A chemical compound consisting of iodine together with another element or radical.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.iodide - a salt or ester of hydriodic acid
potassium iodide - a crystalline salt in organic synthesis and in making photographic emulsions and in iodized table salt
halide - a salt of any halogen acid
hydrogen iodide - a colorless gas that yields hydroiodic acid in aqueous solution
silver iodide - an iodide that is used in photography, in seeding clouds to make rain, and in medicine
sodium iodide - a crystalline salt used like potassium iodide
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Translations

iodide

[ˈaɪədaɪd] Nyoduro m
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iodide

nJodid nt
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iodide

[ˈaɪəˌdaɪd] nioduro
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iodide

n yoduro
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% silver did not adsorb detectable amounts of iodide (Figure 5); where the x-axis (Ce) is the dissolved concentration and the y-axis is the sorbed concentration normalized to mass of sorbent.
Since 98% of injected iodide is eliminated by the kidneys, poor renal function was considered to be responsible to cause this side effect; however, Zhang et al.
In UAE and other areas this is done by both ground generators and aircraft using silver iodide. As silver is expensive, potassium iodide can be used in Pakistan.
The iodine-containing compounds used in the treatment of hyperthyroidism are potassium iodide (KI) in the form of KI tablets, a saturated solution of potassium iodide (SSKI), and Lugol's solution.
Radioactive organic iodide is particularly difficult to capture and sequester and thus tends to more easily leak into the environment.
Aside from the thyroid gland, which has a remarkable mechanism for collecting and organifying this rare element from nutrients (3), evidence for the presence of iodide (I-) concentrating mechanisms in other vertebrate tissues date back to as early as 1856 when Claude Bernard described the presence of iodine in the salivary gland, in the milk of nursing mothers, as well as in the hair, skin, ovaries, placenta, kidney, stomach and intestines in mammals (4).
During thyroid hormone synthesis, there is a constant production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), especially hydrogen peroxide ([H.sub.2][O.sub.2]), which is subsequently utilized for the oxidation of iodide [3].
In March 2012, after a decade seeking regulatory approval for the soil fumigant methyl iodide, Arysta LifeScience withdrew it from the United States and other markets.
On the Ministry's potassium iodide stock, he said: "We have 60 million tablets which can cover the needs of the total population of the country for two weeks at a rate of one tablet for each citizen or resident a day." "This substance is used for emergency purposes relating to blockade of radioiodine uptake - a common form of radiation poisoning due to environmental contamination.
The present paper reports lumpy jaw in four buffaloes with achievement of complete recovery by treatment with antibiotics and Potassium iodide.