Iodine monochloride may be prepared in quantity and of superior quality by the reaction between solid iodine and liquid chlorine at -78°: Vapor pressure measurement of iodine monochloride between 30° and 60° indicate that it is a polar substance. If Ammonium chloride or potassium chloride is dissolved in liquid iodine monochloride conducting solutions are formed. When iodine monochloride reacts with common salts and chemical reaction ensues the reaction is usually either direct addition or else is solvolytic.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1932 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Cornog, Jacob; Karges, R. A.; and Horrabin, H. W.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 39(1), 159-159.
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