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Ways of disposing iodine?

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    Hi there,

    I'm doing a risk assessment where I have to talk about iodine and its health and environmental risks. I found that it poses a threat to the environment, how can I overcome this problem and dispose of it sensibly? Could I add anything to it to stop it reacting with other chemicals etc ?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Jasmine_777)
    Hi there,

    I'm doing a risk assessment where I have to talk about iodine and its health and environmental risks. I found that it poses a threat to the environment, how can I overcome this problem and dispose of it sensibly? Could I add anything to it to stop it reacting with other chemicals etc ?

    Thanks!
    This might help a bit http://www.speclab.com/elements/iodine.htm

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