Definition of Tri-iodomethane
1. Noun. Sweet smelling yellow solid haloform CHI3.
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Literary usage of Tri-iodomethane
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1. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1880)
"507) ; and also by the action of bromine on di- and tri-iodomethane. It boils at 80°—8a° (176°—179°-6 F.); «p. gr. 2-084 at ii°'5 (52°'7 F.). ..."
2. Introduction to the Study of Organic Chemistry: The Chemistry of Carbon and by Henry Edward Armstrong (1884)
"... is formed on heating tri- iodomethane with an excess of bromine at about 180° ; it crystallises in shining plates melting at 91°. ..."
3. Introduction to Organic Chemistry by John Tappan Stoddard (1918)
"tri-iodomethane, CHI3, commonly known as iodoform, is a yellow crystalline substance, which is prepared by warming an aqueous solution of alcohol and sodium ..."
4. Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Proximate by Alfred Henry Allen, Henry Leffmann (1900)
"Thus, tri-iodomethane, or iodoform, CHI2, is a product of the simultaneous action of iodine and an alkali on various organic bodies, such as alcohol or ..."