Common misspellings for iodine:
idain, codine, itaian, indin, iodiene, idinity, idion, isone, odins, audiene, hotine, itiniery, addin, ardin, anodine, kidin, indion, inding, audinece, ivine, codien, idonesia, idenwfy, idont, itinery, avioding, odince, itineray, outineer, ordany, itinerey, adoing, ifone, dodin, edinurgh, codiene, i'don't, iopen, imadion, itain, edoing, udoing, adien, itune, idione, itinerry, idian, codene, edinbugh, ording, audince, idodine, arduino, indien, oading, idociy, iodit, ordince, ordeing, italine, idoicy, adorne, outine, isding, it'sin, idiana, didin, adone, audien, irine, audiecne, itinera, codieine, imaine, iding, vioding, obtine, coedine, aitain, iagine, judien, airdire, iting, edinbough, addigned, aidding, idown, idoiot, opiouin, audicne, oding, odience, edone, kidinn, idote, uding, avoidane, audinec, iwhtin, adobne, idile, addinf, aidne, assidine, idon't, idont't, ephedine, identey, idenety, imunne, ibdiana, indie, iotno, idoine, ioined, oddice, odafone, uodine, jodine, kodine, oodine, 9odine, 8odine, iidine, ikdine, ildine, ipdine, i0dine, i9dine, iosine, ioxine, iocine, iofine, iorine, ioeine, iodune, iodjne, iodkne, iodone, iod9ne, iod8ne, iodibe, iodime, iodije, iodihe, iodinw, iodins, iodind, iodinr, iodin4, iodin3, uiodine, iuodine, jiodine, ijodine, kiodine, ikodine, oiodine, ioodine, 9iodine, i9odine, 8iodine, i8odine, iiodine, ioidine, iokdine, ilodine, ioldine, ipodine, iopdine, i0odine, io0dine, io9dine, iosdine, iodsine, ioxdine, iodxine, iocdine, iodcine, iofdine, iodfine, iordine, iodrine, ioedine, iodeine, ioduine, iodiune, iodjine, iodijne, iodkine, iodikne, iodoine, iodione, iod9ine, iodi9ne, iod8ine, iodi8ne, iodibne, iodinbe, iodimne, iodinme, iodinje, iodihne, iodinhe, iodinwe, iodinew, iodinse, iodines, iodinde, iodined, iodinre, iodiner, iodin4e, iodine4, iodin3e, iodine3, odine, idine, ioine, iodne, oidine, ioidne, iodnie, iodien, ioddine, iodiine, iodinne, iodinee, iodine, yodine, aodine, modine, hodine, igdine, imdine, indine, iotine, ioline, iodyne, iodane, iodmne, iodhne, iodi.e, iodioe, iodinu, iodina, ioding, ayeodayene, eyeodeyene, i odine, io dine, iod ine, iodi ne, iodin e.
Definition of iodine:
- a nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; used especially in medicine and photography and in dyes; occurs naturally only in combination in small quantities ( as in sea water or rocks)
- a tincture consisting of a solution of iodine in ethyl alcohol; applied topically to wounds as an antiseptic
- A nonmetallic element, of the halogen group, occurring always in combination, as in the iodides. When isolated it is in the form of dark gray metallic scales, resembling plumbago, soft but brittle, and emitting a chlorinelike odor. Symbol I. Atomic weight 126. 5. If heated, iodine volatilizes in beautiful violet vapors.
- A nonmetallic element occurring in nature always in combination as iodides, and giving off a rich violet vapor when heated; largely used in medicine, etc.
- Rubefacient; alterative.
- An elementary substance.
- One of the four non- metallic elementary bodies, or halogens, so called from the splendid violet colour of its vapour.
- A solid elementary substance of a greyish- black colour, obtained from marine plants, sea- water, & c.- its vapour is of a beautiful violet colour, hence the name.
Usage examples for iodine
Analysis of Organic Mixture containing Iodine. Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by W. G. Aitchison Robertson
Recent experiments which show that green plants will not assimilate carbon- dioxide in a light which has passed through a solution of chlorophyll- and therefore left its red rays behind; nor behind a screen of iodine dissolved in carbon- dioxide- which lets no visible rays between the red and blue pass- should be noticed, as showing the importance of the chlorophyll and the special rays referred to, however; and I ought at least to mention Timiriazeff's beautiful proof, published in 1890, that if, on the leaf of a plant left in the dark long enough to render it free of starch, a bright solar spectrum is steadily projected for 3- 6 hours, the chlorophyll then removed by alcohol and the decolorised leaf placed in iodine, the image of the spectrum is reproduced by the different intensities of the starch bands, blue with iodine, in the different parts. Disease in Plants by H. Marshall Ward