Silver Dichromate Chemical Formula

Silver Dichromate is a chemical compound which can be represented using the chemical symbol Ag2Cr2O7. It is Solid in state and appears like Ruby Red Powder. When it is added to the hot water, it is decomposed. It is formed by the combination of the aqueous solution of Potassium dichromate and silver nitrate. The molar mass of Ag2Cr2O7 is 431.7244

Chemical Name

Silver Dichromate

Chemical Formula

:

Ag2Cr2O7

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Organic

Appearance

:

Ruby Red Powder

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

431.724 g/mol

Molar Density

:

4.77 G/cm3

Boiling Point

:

Decomposes

Silver Dichromate is a chemical compound which can be represented using the chemical symbol Ag2Cr2O7. It is Solid in state and appears like Ruby Red Powder. When it is added to the hot water, it is decomposed. It is formed by the combination of the aqueous solution of Potassium dichromate and silver nitrate. The molar mass of Ag2Cr2O7 is 431.7244


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