Silver chloride was prepared in two ways:- 1. 0.5g of a silver wire was dissolved in concentrated nitric acid and the excess hydrochloric acid was added to it.The precipitate of silver chloride was separated by filtration washed dried and then weighed. The weight of the residue was found to be 0.66g. 2. In other experiment 1g of silver metal was heated in a current of chlorine till it was completely converted into chloride whicj was found to weigh 1.32g

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