CAS: 7681-11-0, Potash Iodide, Potassium Iodide 99%
1. Potassium iodide, also called KI is a salt of stable (not radioactive) iodine. The compound is required by the body to make thyroid hormones.
2. The major uses of potassium iodide include nutritional supplement in animal feeds. It is also used medicinally in tablets, and also fins application in hair dyes.
3. Potassium Iodide is sometimes added in small quantities to table salt for idolization. This crystalline salt is also used as a fluorescence quenching agent in biomedical research because of collisional quenching by its iodide ion.
|Loss on drying at 110||Max.1.0%||ASG 074J/94-2||0.05%|
|Heavy Metals||Max.0.001%||ASG 066/06-1||Passes test|
|Iodate||Max.4ppm||ASG 070/94-1||Passes test|
|Alkanlinity||To pass test USP||ASG 052J/94-1||Passes test|
|Nitrite,Nitrate and ammonia||To pass test USP||ASG 078/94-1||Passes test|
|Organic volatile impurities||To pass test USP||ASG 082/06-1||Passes test|
|Thiosulfate and barium||To pass test USP||ASG 098/94-2||Passes test|