tetraglycine hydroperiodide

tet·ra·gly·cine hy·dro·per·i·o·dide

(tet'ră-glī'sēn hī'drō-per'ē-ō-dīd),
An iodine compound used for the emergency disinfection of drinking water in amounts to yield 8 ppm of active iodine.
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"Thyroid adaptation to chronic tetraglycine hydroperiodide water purification tablet use." J Clin Endocr & Metab, 1995; 80:220-223.
If you want to carry something small and inexpensive to treat your water, tetraglycine hydroperiodide tablets do a good job in purifying water.