High Purity Silver chloride with CAS No. 7783-90-6

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Basic Info

Model No.: SY-7783-90-6

Additional Info

Packaging: 25KGS/Bag

Productivity: 1000MT/Month

Brand: Shenyu

Transportation: Ocean,Land,Air, Rail Way

Place of Origin: China

Supply Ability: 1000MT/Month

Port: China Port,Qingdao Port,Tianjin Port

Product Description

High Purity Silver chloride with CAS No. 7783-90-6

Product Overview

Chemical formula AgCl. The molecular weight is 143.32. Photosensitive white tetragonal powder. When the light turns black. Melting point 455 ° C, condensed after the horny substance, boiling point of 1550 ° C, relative density of 5.56, refractive index of 2.071. Very difficult to dissolve in water, ethanol and dilute acid, but quite soluble in boiled concentrated hydrochloric acid, soluble in ammonia, sodium thiosulfate and potassium cyanide solution. Process: From the silver nitrate solution to the hydrochloric acid solution or sodium chloride solution, or the hydrochloric acid or sodium chloride solution is added to the hot silver nitrate solution. Uses: Used as a buffer in medicine, electroplating, photography, and spectroscopic analysis to improve the sensitivity of rare earth elements.

High Purity Silver Chloride With Cas No 7783 90 6

Physical Properties

CAS No.: 7783-90-6
Molecular formula: AgCl
Molecular weight: 143.32
EINECS number: 232-033-3
Melting point 455 °C (lit.)
Boiling point 1550 °C
Density 5.56
Vapor pressure 1 mm Hg ( 912 °C)
Refractive index 2.071
Flash point 1550 ° C
Storage conditions Store at +5°C to +30°C.
Solubility 0.00188g/l
Shape beads
Color Yellow
Water solubility 1.93 mg/L (25 oC)
Sensitivity Light Sensitive


Used as an analytical reagent
Analytical reagents. Used as a buffer in spectral analysis to increase the sensitivity of rare earth elements. Photometric. Take a photo. plating.

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