About Silver Nitrate Crystals ACS Reagent Grade
Silver Nitrate, AgNO3, is a colorless crystalline solid, in which each Ag+ center is bonded to 6 oxygens. It is prepared by reacting Silver with Nitric Acid. ACS (American Chemical Society) grade designation signifies high purity (at least 95%) and integrity of reagents.
Silver Nitrate crystals are uncolored and considered transparent, becoming black on exposure to light or organic material.
Common Uses and Applications
- Organic synthesis
- Laboratory reagent
- Scanning electron microscopy (SEM)
- Staining of proteins and nucleic acids
- Halide abstraction
Silver Nitrate Crystals ACS Reagent Grade Specifications
|Clarity of Solution||To Pass Test|
|Free Acid||To Pass Test|
|Substances not Pptd. by Hydrochloric Acid||0.01%|
Safety and Shipping Information
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