Boiling point. In a 500 ml flask, 40 grams of iodide is dissolved in 160 g of tetralin, at 40°C. In another 500 ml flask, a quantity of 40 g of tetrahydronaphthalene is heated to 200°C, close to its boiling point, under stirring.
moles of potassium iodide with one mole of chlorine to iodine. 3) Cl2 + 2 KI 2 KCl + I2 Given that one mole of sodium hypochlorite can oxidize the same amount of iodide to iodine as one mole of chlorine they have equal oxidizing power. Therefore, the “available chlorine” in sodium hypochlorite equals the amount of chlorine used to
Melting and boiling points. The best place to start is usually the physical state. Melting point isn't always a good guide to the size of the attractions between particles, because the attractive forces have only been loosened on melting - not broken entirely.