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Silver sulfate (Ag2SO4)is a white silver salt that is weakly soluble in water (8 g/l at room temperature). It can be formed by dissolving silver in hot sulfuric acid or by mixing other silver salts with a sulfate salt or sulfuric acid.
Silver sulfate is sometimes used in silver plating baths.
CAS number : 10294-26-5
Molecular weight : 313.8
Melting point : 652 °C (1206 °F)
Boiling point : 1085 °C (1985 °F)
Density : 5.45 g/cm3