par Sigalla, J.[acques]
Référence Nature (London), 183, 4655, page (178)
Publication Publié, 1959
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : WHEN the pH of an I3- solution, approximately one-tenth molar in iodide, is raised to about 12, part of the I3 - initially present disappears immediately, and the remainder decomposes slowly, at a measurable rate, due to production of iodate (Fig. 1). © 1959 Nature Publishing Group.