Iodic

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Iodic (Chem) Pertaining to, or containing, iodine; specif., denoting those compounds in which it has a relatively high valence; as, iodic acid.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • iodic Containing iodine: as, iodic silver.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Iodic containing iodine
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Cf. F. iodique,. See Iodine
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Gr. ioeidēs, violet-coloured—ion, a violet, eidos, form.

Usage

In literature:

It is completely oxidized to iodic acid when boiled with fuming nitric acid.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 6" by Various
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In news:

CAROL MCGRAW AND KRISTINA IODICE.
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In science:

The output signal from a chaotic-laser system [4–6] presents a property of per iodicity due to the photon round trip time and the chaotic-laser system is essentially a deterministic system, which in principle cannot offer truly inherent randomness.
Ultrafast quantum random number generation based on quantum phase fluctuations
Iodice, “Hypernuclear physics at Jefferson Lab”, these proceedings.
Hadronic Physics
Properties of the con firmed ( first two rows) and candidate per iodic sources.
Searching for periods in X-ray observations using Kuiper's test. Application to the ROSAT PSPC archive
Deshpande & Rankin (1999, 2001) are able to detect per iodicities in the subpulse strengths that lead to a determination of the recur rence time of individual subpulses.
Radio Pulsars
The observed per iodicity is first thought to be caused by quasi-per iodic fluctuations in the plasma near the co-rotation radius of the pulsar.
Radio Pulsars
Persistent differences in the properties of individual subbeams should introduce a long term per iodicity in the pulse sequences, at the carousel-rotation frequency.
Radio Pulsars
Thus far, no such per iodicity has been found, which is not surpr ising as the per iodicity can only be measured if the lifetime of the subbeam character istics is longer than the carousel-rotation time.
Radio Pulsars
Having regular pulse sequences that contain several tens of rotation times might still show some per iodicity at the carousel-rotation frequency.
Radio Pulsars
The expected lifetime of the subbeam character istics is less, which explains why thus far no per iodicity from the carousel rotation could be found in the pulse sequence.
Radio Pulsars
To determine the actual speed of the spark carousel, one can check for the per iodicity caused as br ighter or offset sparks re-appear after one carousel rotation.
Radio Pulsars
If this number were the same in other pulsars, carousel rotation times longer than 100 seconds could not be found by a per iodicity search, as the character istic traits of the subpulses will have changed before they return into view.
Radio Pulsars
It descr ibes the deviations from a pure per iodicity of constant amplitude that ar ise due to amplitude modulation at the pulse per iod, scintillation or nulling, nonuniform spacing of subpulses in pulse long itude (e.g. due to sight-line curvature) and slow var iations in the dr ift rate.
Radio Pulsars
Since the modulation is not a pure per iodicity, the power is spread over several bins in the spectrum.
Radio Pulsars
Assuming the pulsar population in other galaxies is similar to that in ours, we can detect per iodicities or g iant pulses from extragalactic pulsars up to several Mpcs away.
Radio Pulsars
Per iodicity searches therefore appear to have a low chance of success.
Radio Pulsars
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