Silver Nitrate

AgNO3

 

Description


Silver nitrate (also known as "Hellstone") forms colorless, transparent crystals, which are non-hygroscopic.

The production and use goes back to the 13th century, where you used nitric acid to separate gold from silver.

It shows good solubility in water (but dissolves poorly in ethanol) and can be, depending on the purity, sensitive to light.

In addition to numerous test reactions in laboratory analysis, there are typical uses of silver nitrate as in the galvanic plating, in medicine as an antiseptic or biotechnology as an additive. A popular example is the blackening of the skin at correspondingly marked bills.

 

Quality


Silver nitrate having a purity of ca. 99.9%, and a silver content of ca. 63.5%.  

 

Packaging 


According to the arrangement.

 

Storage


Store in a cool, well-ventilated, dry place. Light sensitive.

Durability under ideal storage conditions up to 2 years. 

 

Availability


In limited quantities usually at short notice.

Details
Name: Silver Nitrate
EC-name: silver nitrate
IUPAC Name: silver;nitrate
Chemical Formula: AgNO3
Molecular Forma: AgNO3
CAS-No.: 7761-88-8
EC-No.: 231-853-9
Hazard statements: GHS: Danger

GHS03 GHS03

GHS05 GHS05

GHS09 GHS09


UN-No.: 1493

Transport Class: 5.1

Packaging Group: II

Product Manager

Herr Jens Steenfadt

Phone: 040 / 41 40 13 - 37

E-Mail: jens.steenfadt@tropag.com

Identification:

EC-name: silver nitrate

EC-No.: 231-853-9

CAS-No.: 7761-88-8

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