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What does 2 iodines joint up called?
Answer Iodine has 53 protons. Iodine 126 has 126 - 53 = 74 neutrons. So iodine 126 is called iodine 16 because it has 53 protons and 74 neutrons. There are other… types of iodine, called neuclides of iodine, which have different numbers of neutrons. All of them have 53 protons. So iodine 141 has 53 protons and 141 - 53 = 88 neutrons.
Because it call sense the difference between a base and an acid.
Iodine is an element, so the only thing it is made of is itself. You cannot break it down into anything simpler.
It is a non-polar molecule.
It is called iodine because the Greek word for violet is iodes
Iodine IS an element itself, it cannot be broken down further.
Fingerprints often leave residues of oils in the shape of the friction ridges. Iodine, and many other fingerprinting materials such as chalk, graphite, charcoal, aluminum powd…er and calcium oxide stick to these residues.
Gram's iodine is called a mordant because it fixes the primary stain to the cell wall and adds any color.
Iodine (I2) Molecules and water.
Two possible meanings of 'tincture': A tincture is an alcoholic solution of a non-volatile substance, e.g. of iodine. A tincture is an alcoholic extract (e.g. of herbs, leav…es or other plant material)
Iodine is called an indicator because when iodine is in a substance that was sprayed it indicates that diffusion has occured by the smell spreading in the room.
Because iodine has a number of chlorides so the name would be ambiguous.