Silver Subfluoride Chemical Formula

Silver subfluoride is produced by the reaction of silver and silver(I) flouride. The molecular formula is Ag2F. (i.e., Ag + AgF = Ag2F. It is a good conductor of electricity. they are bronze colored crystals with green color lusters. the IUPAC name of this compound is silver(0,I) fluoride. The Molar mass of Ag2F is 234.734 g/mol and density is 8.6 g/cm3

Chemical Name

Silver Subfluoride

Chemical Formula

:

Ag2F

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Inorganic

Appearance

:

Bronze-colored Crystals With Green Luster

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

234.735 g/mol

Molar Density

:

8.6 G/cm3, Solid

Boiling Point

:

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

Melting Point

:

90 °C (194 °F; 363 K) Decomposition

Silver subfluoride is produced by the reaction of silver and silver(I) flouride. The molecular formula is Ag2F. (i.e., Ag + AgF = Ag2F. It is a good conductor of electricity. they are bronze colored crystals with green color lusters. the IUPAC name of this compound is silver(0,I) fluoride. The Molar mass of Ag2F is 234.734 g/mol and density is 8.6 g/cm3


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