Present name. - Argentic Iodide. AgI.
Prepared by precipitation from a solution of Nitrate of Silver by Iodide of Potassium. It is a bright yellow powder, in the washing and drying of which the same precautions must be taken as in the case of Argenti Chloridam. No proving of this has been published, but a notice of its use is given in Marcy and Peters' New Mat. Med.
Preparation. - Trituration, which must be kept in the dark.