[ahy-uh-dim-i-tree] /ˌaɪ əˈdɪm ɪ tri/
iodimetry i·o·dim·e·try (ī’ō-dĭm’ĭ-trē)
The determination of the amount of iodine in a compound or of the amount consumed in a reaction by titrating with a standard solution.
[ahy-uh-dn-eyt] /ˈaɪ ə dnˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), iodinated, iodinating. Chemistry. 1. to iodize. iodinate i·o·di·nate (ī’ə-də-nāt’) v. To treat or combine with iodine or a compound of iodine.
[ahy-uh-dahyn, -din; in Chemistry also ahy-uh-deen] /ˈaɪ əˌdaɪn, -dɪn; in Chemistry also ˈaɪ əˌdin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a nonmetallic halogen element occurring at ordinary temperatures as a grayish-black crystalline solid that sublimes to a dense violet vapor when heated: used in medicine as an antiseptic. Symbol: I; atomic weight: 126.904; atomic number: 53; specific gravity: […]
iodine-123 n. A radioisotope of iodine with a pure gamma emission and a physical half-life of 13.1 hours, used for studies of thyroid metabolism.
iodine-125 n. A radioisotope of iodine with a half-life of 60 days that is used as a tracer in thyroid studies and as therapy in hyperthyroidism.