The substance is silver iodide, and contains 54.03 per cent.
Hydriodic acid and the iodides may be estimated by conversion into silver iodide.
Iodine has been used for this, giving an image of silver iodide.
silver iodide n.
A pale yellow, odorless, tasteless powder that darkens when exposed to light and that is used as an antiseptic.
|silver iodide |
A pale-yellow, odorless powder that darkens when it is exposed to light. It is used in photography, as an antiseptic in medicine, and in cloud seeding. Chemical formula: AgI.