What is "Atomic Iodine"? I^-1 or I2 ?

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huh?

huh?

At a guess you mean iodide

At a guess you mean iodide by ^-1, the anion of iodine, and diiodine. molecular iodine, by I2. Atomic iodine is just an iodine atom, I. But it doesn't exist like that under normal conditions

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