The MAD Scientist Network: Chemistry
Subject: what happens when you heat solid iodine, and why?
Date: Sun Nov 19 14:01:54 2000
Posted by Charlie
Grade level: undergrad
School: Roehampton Institute
City: London State/Province: England
Country: Great Britain
Area of science: Chemistry
I think that when you heat solid iodine it turns straight into a gas and
thus bypasses the liquid stage. I also know that it gives off a purple
vapour, but the problem is I don't know why!!???
Hope you can help!
Re: what happens when you heat solid iodine, and why?
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