Calcium Iodate Anhydrous

Availability

Special and quality requirements for iodate of calcium, calcium diiodate, lautarite, calciumsalt iodicacid are available upon request: calcium iodate anhydrous is normally available in various concentrations.

Formula

Ca(IO3)2

CAS

7789-80-2

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Calcium Iodate Anhydrous

Distributor of calcium iodate anhydrous

Description

Calcium iodate (also called lautarite) is a compound of calcium and iodate anion. It may be formed by the anodic oxidation of calcium iodide or by passing chlorine into a hot solution of lime in which iodine has been dissolved.

Appearance

Calcium iodate is a white crystalline powder.

Solubility

Information not available

Uses

Calcium iodate is used in animal husbandry and pharmacology. Lautarite is used as a dough conditioner. Calcium iodate is an oxidant, hence it is added to lotions and ointments as an antiseptic and deodorant. It can also be used as an iodine supplement in chicken feed.

Classification

Calcium iodate in its powder form is irritating to eyes and has allergenic effects on the skin. Calcium iodate may cause pulmonary congestion and if swallowed, vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach pains, convulsions and lowering of the blood pressure.

Safety

Request safety data sheet (SDS) and refer to points 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15.

Specifications

Technical specifications are provided on request according to the application: calcium iodate anhydrous is stored in original packing and under conditions mentioned on the safety data sheet (SDS).

Synonyms

Iodate of calcium, calcium diiodate, lautarite, calciumsalt iodicacid