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Anions formed between iodine and oxygen, including hypoiodite (IO-), iodate ({{chem|IO|3|−}}), and periodate (metaperiodate {{chem|IO|4|−}} and orthoperiodate {{chem|IO|6|5−}}).
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Anions formed between iodine and oxygen, including hypoiodite (IO-), iodate ({{chem|IO|3|−}}), and periodate (metaperiodate {{chem|IO|4|−}} and orthoperiodate {{chem|IO|6|5−}}). Unlike the chlorite and bromite anion, iodite anion ({{chem|IO|2|−}}) is too unstable to exist and rapidly converts to iodine and iodate.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:49, 8 January 2021

Anions formed between iodine and oxygen, including hypoiodite (IO-), iodate (IO
3
), and periodate (metaperiodate IO
4
and orthoperiodate IO5−
6
). Unlike the chlorite and bromite anion, iodite anion (IO
2
) is too unstable to exist and rapidly converts to iodine and iodate.

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