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Iodic vs Ionic - What's the difference?

iodic | ionic |


As adjectives the difference between iodic and ionic

is that iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five while ionic is ionic.

Odic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

odic | iodic |


As adjectives the difference between odic and iodic

is that odic is of or pertaining to odes or odic can be of or pertaining to od (alleged natural force) while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Iodin vs Iodic - What's the difference?

iodin | iodic |


As a noun iodin

is (obsolete|us).

As an adjective iodic is

(chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Iodic vs Iodid - What's the difference?

iodic | iodid |


As an adjective iodic

is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

As a noun iodid is

iodide.

Diodic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

diodic | iodic |


As adjectives the difference between diodic and iodic

is that diodic is (physics) of, pertaining to, or functioning as a diode while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Sodic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

sodic | iodic |


As adjectives the difference between sodic and iodic

is that sodic is of, relating to, or containing sodium while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Periodic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

periodic | iodic | Derived terms |

Periodic is a derived term of iodic.


As adjectives the difference between periodic and iodic

is that periodic is relative to a period or periods or periodic can be of or derived from a periodic acid while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Iodate vs Iodic - What's the difference?

iodate | iodic | Derived terms |

Iodate is a derived term of iodic.


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between iodate and iodic

is that iodate is (chemistry) the anion io3-; any salt of iodic acid while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

As a noun iodate

is (chemistry) the anion io3-; any salt of iodic acid.

As an adjective iodic is

(chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Hydroiodic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

hydroiodic | iodic | Derived terms |

Hydroiodic is a derived term of iodic.


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between hydroiodic and iodic

is that hydroiodic is (chemistry) composed of hydrogen and iodine while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

As adjectives the difference between hydroiodic and iodic

is that hydroiodic is (chemistry) composed of hydrogen and iodine while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

Chloriodic vs Iodic - What's the difference?

chloriodic | iodic | Derived terms |

Chloriodic is a derived term of iodic.


In context|chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between chloriodic and iodic

is that chloriodic is (chemistry) containing chlorine and iodine while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

As adjectives the difference between chloriodic and iodic

is that chloriodic is (chemistry) containing chlorine and iodine while iodic is (chemistry) of, or relating to iodine or its compounds, especially those in which it has a valency of five.

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