Silver Nitrate (AgNO3)

Silver Nitrate Solid

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  • Appearance: Crystalline powder
  • Formula: AgNO3
  • Melting point: 212(degrees Celcius)
  • Boiling point/decomposition temperature: 444 (degrees Celcius)
  • Density: -2.3 kg/l
  • CAS No.: 7761-88-8

Dedicated Silver Nitrate Suppliers 

As a leading UK manufacturer of silver nitrate for over 30 years, ReAgent is able to handle all orders of silver nitrate no matter how large or small. We supply silver nitrate in a variety of grades and solutions, produced by dissolving silver in nitric acid to a specified concentration.We are a quality assured company working to stringent ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System requirements at all times. This ensures full traceability on all our products and orders.We also retain accreditation to the ISO 14000 Environmental Standard, a sign of our proud commitment to the environment.

Silver Nitrate Uses 

Silver nitrate is a salt used widely within laboratories, industrially and in many everyday products. Popular applications include:
  • Testing for chloride
  • In the production of pharmaceuticals
  • In the medical industry as an antibacterial/antimicrobial; haemostatic; pain reliever and on wounds as a healing agent
  • To prepare certain silver-based explosives such as silver fulminate, azide or acetylide.
Other names for silver nitrate include nitric silver salt, silver (I) nitrate, silver I nitrate and AgNO3.

Hazards and Dangers

Silver nitrate in its purest form is hazardous, corrosive and dangerous for the environment. It will also stain skin.It is crucially important that this product is handled responsibly by qualified persons wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This includes gloves, eye protection, protective clothing and safety boots or shoes.In a diluted solution silver nitrate does not warrant any hazardous warning symbols; however this chemical should still be treated with care. Whether purchasing silver nitrate in solid or solution form, customers should consult the relevant Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for handling and storage information. These are available to download to the right of this page.