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What is the chemical formula for iodide ion, sulfate ion and hydrogen ion?

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Iodine (I2) exists as a purple solid and dissolves sparingly in water. When iodine (I2) is in solution with iodide ion (I-), the brown triiodide ion forms: I2 (aq) + I- (aq) I3- (aq). AnswerParty!

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