Iodophor Concentrate 20%

Other Trading Names:

  • I2
  • Iodide
  • Molecular Iodine
  • Iodine Crystals;Iodine Crystal
  • Iodine Solution

CAS Number: 7553-56-2

HS Code: 28276090

Types of Packaging:

  • 150 KG Drum
  • 23 KG Drum
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Dark brown viscous liquid

Specific gravity

1.37 at 60° F

Pounds per gallon



650 cps at 25° C


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Primary Chemistry

Titratable Iodine




Chemical Description

  • Iodine is the second halogen element which was found after chlorine. Iodine is a non-metallic element in the main group Ⅷ of the periodic table, and the symbol is I.
  • It has radionuclides of 123 iodine, 125 iodine and 131 iodine respectively. Some data about it are as follows: Atomic number 53; atomic weight 126.9044; electronic configuration 2,8,18,18,7; relative density 4.93; melting point 113.5 ℃and boiling point 184 ° C.
  • Iodine is widely distributed in nature and it exists in the form of compounds. There are traces of iodine in rocks, soil, water, flora and fauna and air.
  • But in addition to seawater, the distribution of iodine in nature is very uneven.
  • The iodine in the environment is present in the form of a compound, and the iodine compound is mostly soluble in water and transferred with the flow of water.
  • The leaching effect of precipitation takes away the iodine in the soil, and it flows into the river and lake, eventually into the sea.
  • Therefore, iodine in seawater is the most abundant and stable. Seawater is known as a "iodine library" with iodine concentration of 50~60μg/L. A portion of the iodine in the sea enters the air through evaporation, with about 400,000 t of iodine entering the atmosphere each year.
  • The iodine lands in the form of rain (snow), which is an iodine cycle in nature.
  • The content of iodine in rocky soil is up to 9.0mg/kg. Iodine content is low in areas with larger geological tilt angle, inland and leaching effect of precipitation. Iodine content is high in coastal areas and islands. Living creatures get iodine from nature.
  • After beneficiation, the concentration of iodine in living creatures is generally higher than that in the natural environment.
  • The cycle of iodine in the biosphere has gone through three processes: Plants intake iodine from the soil and water, so the plant's iodine content is generally higher than the external environment, which is the one-level concentration of iodine; Animals eat plants, so that the animal's iodine content is higher than the plant, which is the secondary concentration of iodine; People eat animals and plants, which is third-level concentration of iodine.
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