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Ag2O + HCHO → Ag + HCOOH | Equation Balance

Ag2O | silver oxide | solid + HCHO | | solid = Ag | silver | solid + HCOOH | | solid | Temperature: temperature, Other Condition excess chlorine

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Reaction conditions when applied Ag2O + HCHO

  • Catalyst: not available
  • Temperature: temperature
  • Pressure: normal
  • Other conditions: AgNO3, NH3

Reaction process Ag2O + HCHO

Process: Ag2O plus HCHO

Note: not available

The result of the reaction Ag2O + HCHO

The phenomenon: White precipitate of Ag

Detailed information on the reactants

Information about Ag2O (silver oxide)

  • Atomic weight: 231.73580 ± 0.00070
  • Color: updating
  • Status: updating

Information about HCHO

  • Atomic weight: 30.0260
  • Color: không màu
  • Status: khí

Detailed information about the products of the reaction

Information about Ag (silver)

  • Atomic weight: 107.86820 ± 0.00020
  • Color: updating
  • Status: updating

Information about HCOOH

  • Atomic weight: 46.0254
  • Color: không màu, dễ bốc khói
  • Status: Chất lỏng

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