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A colorless, heavy, strongly oxidizing liquid, H2O2, capable of reacting explosively with combustibles and used principally in aqueous solution as a mild antiseptic, a bleaching agent, an oxidizing agent, and a laboratory reagent.


Potassium Iodide is known as Potassium Salt of Hydriodic Acid [HI], available in white crystalline powder form. It is an inorganic compound and has Molecular Formula KI. Its Ionic form is K+ I-, and iodide ion being mild reducing agent, it can be easily oxidized to Iodine by powerful oxidizing agent like chlorine. With elemental iodine it forms I3 (tri iodide), the salts of tri iodide are highly water soluble. On long exposure to air Potassium Iodide becomes yellow due to liberation of…


Cl - Chlorine Atomic # 17 No this isn't the stuff that makes your whites whiter...that's clorox. Chlorine is actually a greenish yellow gas and a strong oxidizing agent. Best used with sodium to create table salt #cl #chlorine #gas #halogengas #characterdesign #periodictableofelements #myelementals #chemistry #science #greengas #watercolor #vector #illustration #design