Silver chloride (AgCl)

Silver chloride (AgCl)

A white, crystalline compound that breaks down when affected by light.

Chemistry

Keywords

silver chloride, ionic compound, precipitation, fényképészet, cation, anion, break down, silver nitrate, photoactive, inorganic chemistry, chemistry

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