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- n. A particular molecule used as a contrast medium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A violently explosive black powder produced by the interaction of iodine and aqueous ammonia. The substance so produced, however, varies in composition and is probably in the first instance nitrogen tri-iodide(NI3, or rather N2I6), readily changing to compounds containing hydrogen, of which the only one for which the name iodamide should be used is NH2I or N2H4I2.
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