I think Iodine was used for external infections and further back in history they used to Quarterise the wound by heating a piece of metal and placing it on the wound.
Yes, iodine is poisonous.
Starch can give a negative iodine test when starch is mixed with iodine in water. The iodine gets stuck in the coils of beta amylase molecules and the starch forces the iodine atoms into a linear arrangement in the central groove of the coil.
The body does not make iodine on it's own, and you must consume iodine. An iodine deficiency can cause problems with the thyroid including goiter, which is an enlargement of the thyroid gland.
No. Iodine is an element, a halogen, and thus is usually found as a salt. A tincture is a solution (of anything) using alcohol as the solvent.
we can separate them by sublimation as iodine sublimes on heating.
By heating iodine sublime and can be collected.
Yes, iodine can be released from the mixture by heating.
It is also iodine, as a gas.
it is a physical change since during heating only change of state of matter of iodine takes place
1. By slow heating of the crystals; the melting point of iodine is 113,7 0C. 2. Iodine in solution is not liquid iodine !
No, iodine is a violet coloured solid on heating it sublimed into violet gas.
Solid iodine is transformed by heating in a liquid at 113,7 oC.
A deficiency in the element Iodine in the diet.