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Eng. Chem. ), 1941, 19, 250 2. Luchs, J. , Photog. Sci. , 1966, 10, 334 3. Garin, D. L. , J. Chem. , 1970, 47, 741 4. Perrin, D. D. , Chem. , 1986, 22, 1084; Chem. Eng. News, 1987, 65(2), 2 Reclaimed silver nitrate crystals, damp with the alcohol used for washing, exploded violently when touched with a spatula, generating a strong smell of ethyl nitrate [1]. The explosion was attributed to formation of silver fulminate (which is produced on addition of ethanol to silver nitrate solutions). Ethyl nitrate may also have been involved.

Tetrasilver diimidodioxosulfate [] (AgN:)2 S(OAg)2 Nachbauer, E. , Angew. Chem. (Intern. ), 1973, 12, 339 18 Ag4 N2 O2 S The dry salt explodes on friction or impact. See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0044. Pentasilver orthodiamidophosphate [] (AgO)3 P(NHAg)2 Ag5 H2 N2 O3 P Alone, or Sulfuric acid Stokes, H. , Amer. Chem. , 1895, 17, 275 Explodes on heating, friction or contact with sulfuric acid. See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0045. Pentasilver diimidotriphosphate [] Ag5 H2 N2 O8 P3 HOP:O(OAg)N(Ag)P:O(OAg)N(Ag)P:O(OAg)OH Alone, or Sulfuric acid Mellor, 1940, Vol.

Arbeitsschutz , 1972, 248 Mixtures of silver peroxide with 1% of polyisobutene exploded on 3 separate occasions. Use of a halogenated polymer was safe. See other METAL PEROXIDES 0034. Silver osmate [] Ag2 O4 Os Ag2 OsO4 Sorbe, 1968, 126 Explodes on impact or heating. See other HEAVY METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 16 0035. Silver sulfide [21548-73-2] Ag2 S AgSAg Potassium chlorate See Potassium chlorate: Metal sulfides See other METAL SULFIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0036. Disilver pentatin undecaoxide [] (Structure unknown) Ag2 Sn5 O11 Mellor, 1941, Vol.

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