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Indium tri-iodide, InI3

Indium tri-iodide, InI3, is produced when indium is heated with an excess of iodine in an atmosphere of carbon dioxide. It is a hygroscopic, yellow solid, melting at c. 200° to a red liquid which can be slowly distilled in carbon dioxide at high temperatures. The tri-iodide is soluble in water, alcohol, ether, chloroform, and xylene.

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