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Cupric iodate, Cu(IO3)2

Solution of cupric hydroxide or carbonate in a solution of iodic acid yields the Cu(IO3)2, which is known in the anhydrous form, and as monohydrate, and dihydrate. From excess of a solution of potassium iodate, cupric nitrate precipitates the pale-blue monohydrate. At 25° C. its solubility is 3.3×10-3 gram-molecules per litre of water. A basic iodate, Cu(IO3)2,Cu(OH)2, has also been prepared.

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