Silver Oxide Chemical Formula

Silver Oxide is an odourless, fine black or dark brown cubic crystals. The chemical formula is Ag2O. When the aqueous solutions of silver nitrate and alkali hydroxide reacts together, Silver Oxide is produced. Its IUPAC name is Silver(I) oxide and density is 7.14 g/cm3. It is soluble in acid, alkali and insoluble in ethanol. It can also be termed as silver(I) oxide, silver rust, silver monoxide.

Silver Rust

Chemical Name

Silver Oxide

Other Name

:

Silver(I) Oxide, Silver Rust, Silver Monoxide

Chemical Formula

:

Ag2O

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Inorganic

Appearance

:

Black/ Brown Cubic Crystals

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

231.736 g/mol

Molar Density

:

7.14 G/cm3

Boiling Point

:

2,212 °C (4,014 °F; 2,485 K) At 1013.25 HPa

Melting Point

:

300 °C (572 °F; 573 K) Decomposes From ≥200 °C

Silver Oxide is an odourless, fine black or dark brown cubic crystals. The chemical formula is Ag2O. When the aqueous solutions of silver nitrate and alkali hydroxide reacts together, Silver Oxide is produced. Its IUPAC name is Silver(I) oxide and density is 7.14 g/cm3. It is soluble in acid, alkali and insoluble in ethanol. It can also be termed as silver(I) oxide, silver rust, silver monoxide.


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