Sodium Iodate can be prepared in laboratory by reacting sodium hydroxide with iodic acid under appropriate conditions. Having chemical formula INaO3 & molar mass of 197.89 g/mol, it appears as white colored crystals having no odor with melting point of 797 degrees Fahrenheit. This chemical is an oxidizing agent which shows solubility in acetic acid & water with alcohol insoluble nature. It is known to be utilized as preservative for products that are intended to be used for rinsing off cosmetics. Sodium Iodate has ability to accept 3 hydrogen bonds during a chemical reaction and has density of 4.28 g/cm3.