About Iodides

Arsenic Iodide

Iodides are compounds containing the iodine anion, I-. Iodides include salts such as sodium iodide and organic compounds such as methyl iodide.

Iodide is one of the largest anions. With a radius estimated at 220 picometers, it is the larger than bromide (196 pm), chloride (181 pm), and fluoride (133 pm) ions. In part because of its size, iodine forms relatively weak bonds with most elements. Most iodide salts are soluble in water, but often less so than the related chlorides and bromides. Iodide, being large, is less hydrophilic than the smaller anions. One consequence is that sodium iodide is highly soluble in acetone, whereas sodium chloride is not. The low solubility of silver iodide and lead iodide reflect the covalent character of these metal iodides. Iodides are common in everyday life; for example potassium iodide is the iodine component of iodized salt and silver iodide is a photoactive component of silver-based photographic film.

Iodides Products

Aluminum Iodide Ammonium Iodide Antimony Iodide
Arsenic Diiodide Arsenic(III) Iodide Barium Iodide
Beryllium Iodide Bismuth Iodide Bismuth(III) Oxyiodide
Boron Iodide Cadmium Iodide Calcium Iodide
Calcium Iodide Hydrate Cerium(II) Iodide Cerium(III) Iodide
Cesium Dichloroiodide Cesium Iodide Cesium Iodide Windows
Cesium Iodide, activated by Sodium Cesium Iodide, activated by Thallium Cesium Triiodide
Chromium(II) Iodide Chromium(III) Iodide Cobalt Iodide
Cobalt(II) Iodide Dihydrate Copper Iodide Copper(I) Iodide/Cesium Carbonate Admixture
Copper(I) Tetraiodomercurate Diiododiammine Platinum Dysprosium(II) Iodide
Dysprosium(III) Iodide Erbium Iodide Europium(II) Iodide
Europium(III) Iodide Gadolinium(III) Iodide Gallium Iodide
Germanium(II) Iodide Germanium(IV) Iodide Gold Triiodide
Gold(I) Iodide Gold(III) Iodide Gram's Iodine Solution
Hafnium(III) Iodide Hafnium(IV) Iodide Hexaamminenickel(II) Iodide
Holmium Iodide Indium(I) Iodide Indium(III) Iodide
Iodomethane Iridium(III) Iodide Iridium(IV) Iodide
Iron(II) Iodide Lanthanum Iodide Lead Iodide
Lithium Iodide Lithium Iodide Hydrate Lithium Iodide Trihydrate
Lutetium Iodide Magnesium Iodide Magnesium Iodide Octahydrate
Manganese(II) Iodide Manganese(II) Iodide Tetrahydrate Mercuric Potassium Iodide
Mercury(I) Iodide Mercury(I) Iodide Yellow Mercury(II) Iodide
Mercury(II) Iodide Red Mercury(II) Silver Iodide Methyltriphenylarsonium Iodide
Molybdenum(II) Iodide Molybdenum(III) Iodide Molybdenum(IV) Iodide
Neodymium(II) Iodide Neodymium(III) Iodide Nickel Iodide
Nickel Iodide Hexahydrate Niobium(III) Iodide Niobium(IV) Iodide
Niobium(V) Iodide Osmium Zinc Iodide Palladium(II) Iodide
Phosphorus(III) Iodide Platinum(II) Iodide Platinum(IV) Iodide
Potassium Iodate-Iodide Potassium Iodide Praseodymium(II) Iodide
Praseodymium(III) Iodide Propidium Iodide Solution Rhenium(III) Iodide
Rhodium(III) Iodide Rhodium(III) Iodide Hydrate Rubidium Iodide
Ruthenium(III) Iodide Ruthenium(III) Iodide Hydrate Samarium(II) Iodide
Samarium(III) Iodide Scandium Iodide Silicon Iodide
Silver Iodide Silver Iodide Solution Silver Potassium Iodide
Sodium Iodide Sodium Iodide Dihydrate Strontium Iodide
Strontium Iodide Hexahydrate Strontium Iodide, Europium-doped Tantalum(IV) Iodide
Tantalum(V) Iodide Tellurium Iodide Terbium(III) Iodide
Tetraiodomethane Thallium doped Sodium Iodide Thallium(I) Iodide
Thallium(III) Iodide Thorium(IV) Iodide Thulium(III) Iodide
Tin(II) Iodide Tin(IV) Iodide Titanium(II) Iodide
Titanium(III) Iodide Titanium(IV) Iodide trans-4-[2-(1-Ferrocenyl)vinyl]-1-methylpyridinium Iodide
Tungsten(II) Iodide Tungsten(III) Iodide Tungsten(IV) Iodide
Ultra Dry Aluminum Iodide Ultra Dry Antimony Iodide Ultra Dry Barium Iodide
Ultra Dry Bismuth Iodide Ultra Dry Cadmium Iodide Ultra Dry Calcium Iodide
Ultra Dry Cerium(III) Iodide Ultra Dry Cesium Iodide Ultra Dry Cobalt(II) Iodide
Ultra Dry Dysprosium(III) Iodide Ultra Dry Erbium Iodide Ultra Dry Gadolinium(III) Iodide
Ultra Dry Gallium Iodide Ultra Dry Hafnium(IV) Iodide Ultra Dry Holmium Iodide
Ultra Dry Indium(I) Iodide Ultra Dry Iron(II) Iodide Ultra Dry Lanthanum Iodide
Ultra Dry Lead Iodide Ultra Dry Lithium Iodide Ultra Dry Lutetium Iodide
Ultra Dry Magnesium Iodide Ultra Dry Manganese(II) Iodide Ultra Dry Mercury(II) Iodide
Ultra Dry Nickel Iodide Ultra Dry Potassium Iodide Ultra Dry Praseodymium(III) Iodide
Ultra Dry Samarium Iodide Ultra Dry Scandium Iodide Ultra Dry Sodium Iodide
Ultra Dry Terbium Iodide Ultra Dry Thallium(I) Iodide Ultra Dry Thulium Iodide
Ultra Dry Tin Iodide Ultra Dry Titanium(IV) Iodide Ultra Dry Yttrium Iodide
Ultra Dry Zinc Iodide Uranium(III) Iodide Uranium(IV) Iodide
Vanadium(II) Iodide Vanadium(III) Iodide Ytterbium(II) Iodide
Ytterbium(III) Iodide Yttrium Iodide Zinc Iodide
Zirconium(II) Iodide Zirconium(III) Iodide Zirconium(IV) Iodide

American Elements manufactures multiple forms of iodide compounds including solutions, nanopowders, submicron, and -325 mesh powders, and high surface area materials with particle distribution and particle size controlled and certified. We also produce larger -40 mesh, -100 mesh, -200 mesh range sizes and <0.5 mm, 2 mm, 5 mm and other sizes of shot, granules, lump, flake and pieces. Purities include 99%, 99.9%, 99.99%, 99.999% and 99.9999% (2N, 3N, 4N, 5N and 6N).

American Elements maintains industrial scale production for all its iodide products and will execute Non-Disclosure or Confidentiality Agreements to protect customer know-how.