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silver(I) bromide


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A yellowish solid compound, AgBr; r.d. 6.5; m.p. 432°C. It can be precipitated from silver(I) nitrate solution by adding a solution containing bromide ions. It dissolves in concentrated ammonia solutions (but, unlike the chloride, does not dissolve in dilute ammonia). The compound is used in photographic emulsions.

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