silver iodide

silver iodide
noun Date: 1878 a compound AgI that darkens on exposure to light and is used in photography, rainmaking, and medicine

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • silver iodide — n a compound AgI that darkens on exposure to light and is used in medicine as a local antiseptic …   Medical dictionary

  • silver iodide — n. a yellow powder, AgI, which becomes dark when exposed to light: used in photography, medicine, and in seeding clouds to make rain …   English World dictionary

  • Silver iodide — Chembox new Name = Silver iodide ImageFile = Silver iodide 3D balls.png ImageName = Silver iodide OtherNames = Silver(I) iodide Name = Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 7783 96 2 Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = AgI MolarMass =… …   Wikipedia

  • silver iodide — noun an iodide that is used in photography, in seeding clouds to make rain, and in medicine • Hypernyms: ↑iodide …   Useful english dictionary

  • silver iodide — Chem. a pale yellow, water insoluble solid, AgI, which darkens on exposure to light: used chiefly in medicine, photography, and artificial rainmaking. [1905 10] * * * …   Universalium

  • silver iodide — substance used to seed clouds, substance used to induce rain …   English contemporary dictionary

  • silver iodide — noun a yellow insoluble powder that darkens on exposure to light, used in photography and artificial rain making …   English new terms dictionary

  • silver iodide — sil′ver i′odide n. chem. a pale yellow solid, AgI, that darkens on exposure to light: used in medicine, photography, and rainmaking …   From formal English to slang

  • silver iodide — /sɪlvər ˈaɪədaɪd/ (say silvuhr uyuhduyd) noun a light sensitive compound, AgI, used in photography and medicine …   Australian English dictionary

  • colloidal silver iodide — silver iodide in solution rendered stable by gelatin, an antiseptic for treating inflammations of mucous membranes …   Medical dictionary

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