iodate of potassium is resolved at a red heat into oxygen gas and iodide of potassium.
The formation of complex ions I3 and other secondary reactions (formation of hypoiodite, iodate, etc.) are ignored.
They may be iodide or iodate of silver, or small crystals of nitrate of potash.
Fluosilicic acid and iodate of soda precipitate the salts of the latter earth, but not those of the former.
Commaille oxidized with a known quantity of iodic acid and estimated the excess of iodate.