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Iodic acid, HIO3, can be obtained as a white solid. It is an insoluble compound, unlike chloric acid or bromic acid.
Additional recommended knowledge
Iodic acid can be produced by oxidizing I2 with chlorine in an aqueous solution
Iodic acid is a relatively strong acid with a pKa of 0.75. It is strongly oxidizing in acidic solution, less so in basic solution.
Iodic acid is used as a standard strong acid in analytical chemistry. It may be used to standardize solutions of both weak and strong bases, with methyl red or methyl orange as the indicator.
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