iodide

[ahy-uh-dahyd, -did]
noun Chemistry.
1.
a salt of hydriotic acid consisting of two elements, one of which is iodine, as sodium iodide, NaI.
2.
a compound containing iodine, as methyl iodide.

Origin:
1815–25; iod- + -ide

subiodide, noun
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iodide (ˈaɪəˌdaɪd)
 
n
1.  a salt of hydriodic acid, containing the iodide ion, I--
2.  a compound containing an iodine atom, such as methyl iodide, CH3I

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iodide i·o·dide (ī'ə-dīd')
n.
A compound of iodine with a more electropositive element or group.

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iodide   (ī'ə-dīd')  Pronunciation Key 
A chemical compound consisting of iodine together with another element or radical.
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Example sentences
Hydrogen peroxide reduces other chemicals into iodide ions.
Desperate people have tried everything from firing cannons into the sky to
  lacing clouds with silver iodide.
Chronic exposure to perchlorate can dampen the thyroid's ability to absorb
  iodide and produce hormones.
Too much or too little iodide can cause hypothyroidism.
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