How to prepare I2/KI solution
M. Johan Broekman
mjbroek at mail.med.cornell.edu
Mon Jan 25 19:34:49 EST 1999
It is highly likely that your inorganic chemistry textbook will explain that
I2 dissolves in KI solutions as a "complex" of iodide and iodine, something
like I3-. This should be no problem at all: first make the KI solution, then
add the I2.
Low Hai Sim wrote:
> Just wondering what to dissolve the iodine & KI in ? Is it water
> or do we need some alkaline/acidic pH ?? I am having trouble to dissolve
> the iodine. Thanks.
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