Ammonia test for silver halides

Ammonia test for silver halides

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Caption: Ammonia test for silver halides. Test tubes and the results of using concentrated ammonia to test for the presence of three silver halides. Each one of the silver halides is next to a fuller test tube that shows the result of adding concentrated ammonia. Halides are compounds containing halogens such as here, from left to right: silver chloride, silver bromide and silver iodide. Adding dilute ammonia dissolves the chloride, while concentrated ammonia is needed to dissolve the bromide, but it fails to dissolve the iodide. The silver halides are themselves the results of standard tests using silver nitrate to test for the halide ions.

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