Silver Carbonate Formula

Silver(I) Carbonate or Silver Carbonate is a chemical compound whose molecular formula is Ag2CO3. It is prepared by sodium carbonate and silver nitrate. Initially, it is colorless, but then it changes to yellow colour. Typical samples of Ag2CO3 is grey in color due to the presence of silver. It is used in the production of silver powder to use in microelectronics.

Chemical Name

Silver Carbonate

Other Name

:

Silver(I) Carbonate

Chemical Formula

:

Ag2CO3

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Organic

Appearance

:

Pale Yellow Crystals

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

275.745 g/mol

Molar Density

:

6.077 G/cm3

Melting Point

:

218 °C (424 °F; 491 K) Decomposes From 120 °C

Silver(I) Carbonate or Silver Carbonate is a chemical compound whose molecular formula is Ag2CO3. It is prepared by sodium carbonate and silver nitrate. Initially, it is colorless, but then it changes to yellow colour. Typical samples of Ag2CO3 is grey in color due to the presence of silver. It is used in the production of silver powder to use in microelectronics.


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