diiodide


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di·i·o·dide

(dī-ī'ō-dīd),
A compound containing two atoms of iodine per molecule.

di·i·o·dide

(dī-ī'ō-dīd)
A compound containing two atoms of iodine per molecule.
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One of the great advantages of this process is that the polymer chemist can tailor the molecular weight distribution from narrow to broad by varying details such as diiodide feed rate.
Before the sieving matrix was used, 1-(4-[3-methyl-2,3-dihydro-(benzo-1,3-oxazole)-2-methylidene]-quino- linium)-3-trimethyl-ammonium propane diiodide (YO-PRO-1; Molecular Probes) was added at 1 [micro]L of YO-PRO per milliliter of sieving matrix (a 1:1000 dilution of the 1 mmol/L solution obtained from the manufacturer).