Oxidation Number of Iodine

Iodine is a chemical element with symbol I and atomic number 53. Iodine is mixed with edible salt to make it as a soft small crystallized salt. Iodine has a density of 4.933 g/cm3. Out of the 37 isotopes of Iodine, it has only one stable isotope, which is 127I. Iodine exhibits the oxidation states of 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 1, −1, out of which 7, 5, 1, -1 are the stable ones. The oxidation state of Iodine in Diiodine Monoxide(I2O) is +1, in Iodine Monoxide(IO) it is +2, in Iodine Dioxide(IO2) it is +4, in Diiodine Tetroxide((IO2)2) it is +3 and +5, in Diiodine Pentoxide(O(IO2)2) it is +5 and in tetraiodine nonoxide(I(OIO2)3) it is +3 and +5.

Iodine is a chemical element with symbol I and atomic number 53. Iodine is mixed with edible salt to make it as a soft small crystallized salt. Iodine has a density of 4.933 g/cm3. Out of the 37 isotopes of Iodine, it has only one stable isotope, which is 127I. Iodine exhibits the oxidation states of 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 1, −1, out of which 7, 5, 1, -1 are the stable ones. The oxidation state of Iodine in Diiodine Monoxide(I2O) is +1, in Iodine Monoxide(IO) it is +2, in Iodine Dioxide(IO2) it is +4, in Diiodine Tetroxide((IO2)2) it is +3 and +5, in Diiodine Pentoxide(O(IO2)2) it is +5 and in tetraiodine nonoxide(I(OIO2)3) it is +3 and +5.


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