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Silver Nitrate

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Ausie Nida Rahmatya

on 1 December 2015

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Transcript of Silver Nitrate

AgNO3 =
Silver (Ag) + Nitrate (Nitric Acid) = Silver Nitrate

Boiling point : 444 C
Melting point: 212 C
What can it do?
It can burn your skin if you eat too much of it and it can change your skin into blue color.

It creates the illusion of rot.
About
Silver

Nitrate
is very soluble in
H2O
, and is used in matches.

It is a
chemical
compound.
How is Silver Nitrate made?
Dangers
Discovery
Silver Nitrate (AgNO3) was discovered by Albertus Mangus, he saw how it had the ability to make human skin black/dark. The color would last up to ±10 days.
Uses
Antiseptic
Pain Relief (Certain cases)
Removal of small quantities of tissue
On pencils as 'haemostatic'
Cameras/Film
Sources
http://www.britannica.com/science/silver-nitrate
http://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/silver_nitrate
http://www.drugs.com/pro/silver-nitrate.html
http://www.avocamedical.com/usage/medical-uses/
http://www.umich.edu/~lsarth/indiprojects/silvernitratefinish.swf
https://prezi.com/k_3cs9z03bdb/silver-nitrate/
http://www.mybwmc.org/library/41/114500
http://understandwoundcare.com/?p=66
Thank you for listening!
Presentation by: Ausi and Emily
What is Silver Nitrate?
Dangers and more...
S
ilver
N
itrate

If you breath in AgNO3, it can damage your intestines and your nervous system.

If you swallow AgNO3, you could cause severe 'gastroenteritis' -
which is when you vomit and have diarrhea, which is because inflamed your intestines.

Basically, please don't swallow or inhale AgNO3!
How we use it?
If you have hemostatic in your wound, you can use Silver Nitrate by using matches.

1. Dry your wound with gauze
2. Apply the maches (Silver Nitrate).
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