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Caption: Close-up footage of a white precipitate forming and then turning black. This results from the addition of silver nitrate to sodium thiosulfate, producing first white silver thiosulfate, which then rapidly converts to dark silver sulfide.

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Keywords: 4k, black, colour change, darkening, inorganic, ion, ionic, ions, precipitate, precipitating, precipitation, silver sulfide, silver thiosulfate, sodium thiosulfate, sodium thiosulphate, solid, solution, solutions, uhd, white

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Silver sulfide precipitate

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Duration: 00:00:14.23

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