Halides are group 7 elements. They generally have a low melting and boiling point. They are highly reactive. Silver chloride and silver bromide are not soluble in water. So they will be precipitates. ...
I know two distinct recipes for cleaning silver: Put them into a pot with some club soda and a piece of aluminium foil and pour over a hot water. Gently clean silverware with a fine chalk powder ...
I am an artist attempting to use Tollen's Reagent in a number of my projects. Is there any reason I could not substitute Copper Nitrate for the Silver Nitrate in the reaction? Would the copper ...
In the title I am refering to silver spoons, which, when used to consume milk products (like yogurt), get a weird taste. It could be described as umami/meaty, a little bit like onions. I came to the ...
I often hear that water gets purified by being in a silver vessel, which sounds plausible because of bactericidal feature of silver. What doesn't sound plausible, though, is the way it's explained: ...