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Silver Chloride as a milky white solid, amd sodium nitrate

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Silver Nitrate + Sodium Chloride --> Silver Chloride + Sodium Nitrate AgNO3 + NaCL --> AgCL + NaNO3


Silver chloride and sodium nitrate.


It produces a precipitate silver chloride and sodium nitrate.


when sodium chloride and silver nitrate reacts then we get silver chloride and sodium nitrate.



Silver doesn't react with sodium chloride.Silver nitrate react with sodium chloride forming the insoluble silver chloride.


Sodium chloride react with silver nitrate.


an example of a precipitate is: silver nitrate + sodium chloride = silver chloride and sodium nitrate the precipitate is the silver chloride it forms a white powder


A white precipitate of silver chloride and colourless sodium nitrate soln. is formed


For example sodium chloride react with silver nitrate forming the insoluble silver chloride.


For example sodium chloride can react with silver nitrate.


When Sodium chloride is added to Silver nitrate; Both of these substances were originally colourless, however when merged a reaction occurred producing a white cloudy product (translucent). The chemical equation for this is; silver nitrate + sodium chloride --> silver chloride + sodium nitrate AgNO3(aq) + NaCl (aq) --> AgCl (s) + NaNO3 (aq)


yes it forms silver chloride and sodium nitrate.


sodium chloride and sliver nitrate make a chemical compound agno3


For example the product of the reaction between sodium chloride and silver nitrate is the insoluble silver chloride.


If both silver nitrate and sodium chloride are dissolved in water and mixed, there will be a reaction to precipitate silver chloride. Solid silver nitrate and sodium chloride will not normally react.


When sodium chloride is added to a solution of silver nitrate (both are very soluble in water), silver chloride, which is only very slightly soluble, will precipitate.


Silver chloride is easily synthesized by combining aqueous solutions of silver nitrate and sodium chloride.


The products of the reaction are solid silver chloride and aqueous sodium nitrate


AgNo3 = Silver nitrateNaCl = Sodium chloride (Salt)AgCl = Silver chlorideNaNo3 = Sodium nitrateWhat it becomes if you mix it together depends on conditions like temperature and pressure


Because the product silver chloride is a white precipitate.


Examples are: sodium nitrate, silver chloride, uranyl nitrate, cobalt chloride etc.


It is a chemical change. They undergo a double-displacement reaction in which silver chloride precipitates while sodium nitrate remains in solution.


The reaction is: AgNO3 + NaCl = AgCl + NaNO3 Silver chloride is a white precipitate.


Silver chloride, which is very insoluble, would precipitate out of the solution



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