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Iodine sublimes (i.e., goes from a solid to a gas) at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. However, it will exist as a solid for a very long time if it is kept in a closed container. As the iodine solid sublimes, the pressure will increase slightly within the closed container which will cause the iodine gas to reach an equillibrium state with the solid iodine (i.e., there will not be an increase in the amount of iodine gas in the container).

Elemental iodine is a solid. But it is a volatile solid in that chemists will use solid iodine in a chamber to "iodine stain" substances in thin layer chromatography. Thus iodine is like having a volatile solid.

No. Iodine is a solid at room temperature, though it easily sublimes to form a gas.

No, iodine is a violet coloured solid on heating it sublimed into violet gas.

there is only one iodine - iodine is the collective name for every atom of - well - iodine. use the word in the same way as you would 'air'. so 'Iodine can change from a solid to a gas'.

solid iodine does not stick to fingerprints because it is a solid however when it is transferred into a gas it is

Iodine is a nonmetal but it can be found in solid forms. Iodine experiences sublimation which is the transition from solid to gas, therefore it skips the liquid form.

Because iodine sublimates, as do the other solid halogens. That means they go from solid to gas without becoming a liquid first.

Pure solid iodine will sublimate directly into a gas. At normal conditions it has no liquid state. The gas will be purple in color.

No. Solid iodine goes directly from a solid to a gas in a process called sublimation, which is a kind of phase change, which is a physical change.

Chlorine is a gas, bromine is a liquid and iodine is a solid.

The most common example of a sublimable solid is Iodine.

Iodine at room temperature is a solid. At room temperature, it sublimates into a gas that can be detected by smell.

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After the iodine is in gaseous form, contain and cap it off with an iced container to recollect it and turn it back into a solid by allowing the gas to rest. The temperature then has to be below 113.5°C in order to solidify.

Iodine is a grey solid element that forms a purple gas on heating. :)

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iodine and it is used in finding fingerprints by the police. It turns from a solid to a gas at a low temperature.

Iodine sublimes- i.e it changes from solid to gas without going though a liquid phase.

AnswerIodine is an element that is a shiny grey solid and can be seen subliming slightly at RTP (Room Temperature and Pressure) into a purple-pink gas. Unless in solution, it is never a liquid.

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