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Thallous iodate, TlIO3

Thallous iodate, TlIO3, is obtained as a white, crystalline precipitate when a solution of an alkali iodate is added to a solution of a soluble thallous salt. It begins to decompose above 150°, with the evolution of oxygen and iodine. Ditte has described a hemihydrate, 2TlIO3.H2O.

A saturated solution at 20° contains 0.058 gram of thallous iodate per 100 grams of water.

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