potassium iodide

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a crystalline salt in organic synthesis and in making photographic emulsions and in iodized table salt

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The ministry ensured an annual increase in the potassium iodide stock by four per cent.
Treatment of Actinomycosis along with Potassium Iodide @ 6- 10 gm /day orally for 7-10 days has been found effective (Radostits et al.
Anyone, including pregnant and breastfeeding women, can take the tablets as long as they are not allergic to potassium iodide.
Ingestion of potassium iodide tablets is a proven strategy to reduce the risk associated with exposure to radioactive iodine.
If radioactive I-131 or Cs-137 were used in the dispersal device, potassium iodide or Prussian blue could be used to provide a measure of treatment.
Children played outside as the reactor burned, and potassium iodide tablets were not distributed.
Thus far the polymer has been tested on potassium iodide, sodium iodide, cadmium, lead and arsenic and salt.
But urging the distribution of potassium iodide pills to everyone within 20 miles of a nuclear plant is not the right approach.
As consumers buy up stocks of potassium iodide in stores, multiple physicians' organizations and government health agencies issued statements advising U.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran says it will send potassium iodide (KI) compound to Japan to help the disaster-wracked country with its battle against a growing nuclear radiation crisis.
Along with the anti-radiation drug potassium iodide, scientists recommend a vitamin pill to plug any nutritional deficiencies in the Recommended Dietary Allowance, a standard established by the U.
FEARS of radiation sickness stemming from the unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan have prompted a surge in US sales of potassium iodide.
The company's potassium iodide tablets are sold in a few markets in Europe.
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) in Cambridge cautioned against "scaremongering" over the effects of the explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant as drug stores in the US report a surge in people buying potassium iodide tablets.
But Americans who have rushed out to buy potassium iodide tablets as protection against the effects of radiation have wasted their money.
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