Hydrochloric acid, in common with chlorides, gives a dense precipitate with silver nitrate.
(a) Write the formula for silver nitrate; for calcium chloride.
Another solution for the same purpose is made with sal-ammoniac, cream of tartar, common salt and silver nitrate.
Nitric acid and silver nitrate are employed for this purpose.
This contains a solution of silver nitrate in which are placed two silver plates.
When passed into silver nitrate solution it gives a black precipitate of silver antimonide, SbAg3.
If the soluble salt be silver nitrate, the scale is made to read grains per ounce.
After a time the highly coloured solution is no longer precipitated by silver nitrate, and gives no acid reaction.
The changes which have been described are also clearly shewn by means of silver nitrate.
Precipitate a strong solution of silver nitrate by means of a concentrated solution of potassium permanganate.
silver nitrate n.
A poisonous crystalline compound with antiseptic and astringent properties, used in the prevention of ophthalmia neonatorum and in the special staining of nervous tissue, spirochetes, and reticular fibers.
|silver nitrate |
A poisonous, clear, crystalline compound that darkens when exposed to light. It is used in photography and silver plating, and as an external antiseptic. Chemical formula: AgNO3.