Silver Carbonate (Ag2CO3) of Micron Platers
Description of the Product
What is Silver Carbonate?
Silver Carbonate (Ag2CO3) is an unstable chemical compound with the chemical formula Ag2CO3. Silver carbonate is yellow but typical samples are grayish due to the presence of elemental silver. It is poorly soluble in water, like most transition metal carbonates.
Uses of Silver Bromide:
• Used for oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols to give aldehydes and ketones.
• Used as a reagent in organic synthesis reaction such as Koenig’s-Knorr reaction.
• Used as a base in Wittig reaction.
• Chemical formula: Ag2CO3
• CAS number: 534-16-7
• Packaging type: Plastic bottle
• Packaging size: 1 kg, 2.5 kgs, 5 kgs, 10 kgs, 20 kgs
• Molar mass: 275.75 g
• Appearance: Pale yellow crystals
• Solubility: Insoluble in alcohol, liquid ammonia, acetates, acetone