silver chloride


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sil·'ver chlo·ride

used in the preparation of antiseptic silver preparations.

silver chloride

AgCl
An insoluble salt of silver.
CAS # 7783-90-6
See also: silver
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According to the preceding equations, the solubility of silver chloride in the sea water is 4.
When the same experiments were performed with silver chloride instead of silver sulfadiazine, the concentration of soluble silver was as shown in Fig.
In the case of silver chloride supported on the hydrophilic membranes (cellulose, chitosan, and collagen), the soluble silver concentration in the medium remained below the maximum expected concentration of 11.
For all the silver salts studied in this work, the behavior of silver chloride when exposed to light was unique, as it was the only salt to turn purple-blue.
When the same experiments were performed with solid silver chloride instead of silver sulfadiazine, the concentration of soluble silver in the medium (SSES), shown in Fig.
In addition, a white precipitate had formed above the membrane that turned a purple-blue color when exposed to light, indicating the formation of silver chloride.
When these same experiments were performed with silver chloride instead of silver sulfadiazine, the concentration of soluble silver in the medium (shown in Fig.
When either silver sulfadiazine or silver chloride is placed in direct contact with any of the media investigated, the following equilibria occur:
When silver sulfadiazine was used experimentally, this trend was clearly observed; however, the trend was not as clear with silver chloride, as chloride was not analyzed (see Figs.