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Effect of Light on Silver Salts Practical

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Notes on the practical for Preliminary Chemistry year 11: effect of light on silver salts. Includes aim, materials, procedure, observations, analysis of results, conclusions, equations, validity and application.

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Chemistry Matter Silver compounds Chemical elements Metal halides Antiseptics Reducing agents Precipitation Silver Ultraviolet Sodium Nitrate
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Chemistry Matter Silver compounds Chemical elements Metal halides Antiseptics Reducing agents Precipitation Silver Ultraviolet Sodium Nitrate
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1 mol/L silver nitrate in dropper bottle • 0.1 mol/L sodium chloride in dropper bottle • 0.1 mol/L sodium bromide in dropper bottle • 0.1 mol/L sodium iodide in dropper bottle Procedure: 1. Place 20 drops of silver nitrate in each petri dish 2. Add 20 drops of a. Sodium chloride b. Sodium bromide c. Sodium iodide in each dish 3. This solution is to form the silver salts 4. One of each will be set in a. Sunl...
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