[ahy-uh-deyt] /ˈaɪ əˌdeɪt/

Chemistry. a salt of , as sodium iodate, NaIO 3 .
verb (used with object), iodated, iodating.
Also, iodinate. to iodize.
a salt of iodic acid
(transitive) another word for iodize


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