triiodide


Also found in: Wikipedia.

tri·i·o·dide

(trī-ī'ō-dīd),
An iodide with three atoms of iodine in the molecule; for example, KI3.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Another paper demonstrating the stability of the cells will be published by ACS Energy Letters later in October under the title, "Improved Phase Stability of Formamidinium Lead Triiodide Perovskite by Strain Relaxation.
Gores, Electrochemical Measurement of Triiodide Diffusion Coefficients in Blends of Ionic Liquids: Results for Improving a Critical Parameter of Dye-sensitized Solar Cells.
The absorbance of the resulting triiodide endpoint was measured with a handheld Hach #5870042 Pocket Colorimeter II Filter Photometer (Loveland, CO) having a 420-nm LED light source.
Liquid-liquid equilibria for toluene + heptane + 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium triiodide and toluene + heptane + 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium triiodide, J.
I think if you asked every child who had a chemistry set and made things as a child, all of them would tell you about how they made gunpowder and nitrogen triiodide," he said.
Atwood, "Liquid-Liquid Equilibria for Toluene + Heptane + 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Triiodide and Toluene + Heptane + 1-Butyl-3-methylimidazolium Triiodide," J.
The wavelength used for detection of starch triiodide complex varies with the starch used, ranging from 525 to 610 nm.
The gas stream is sparged into a reaction cell and titrated by coulometrically generated triiodide ions.
The iodide ions can form complex with additional iodine to give triiodide or pentaiodide ions.
In their liquid jet experiments, Suslick's team charted the progress of a standard reaction used in ultrasound chemistry experiments--the formation of triiodide from iodide in a solution of water and carbon tetrachloride.
ct] measures the electrode's catalytic activity for reducing triiodide to iodine.