what reaction takes place when silver bromide is kept in sunlight?

When silver bromide is kept in sunlight or is exposed to sunlight, it decomposes to form silver metal and bromine vapours:

2AgBr (s) ------------light------------> 2Ag (s) + Br2 (g)

This is an example of photolytic decomposition reaction.

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2AgBr (s) ------------light------------ 2Ag (s) + Br2 (g

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it  changes  to  brown  colour
 
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it change to brown colour that's why it is kept in brown bottle in laboratory hope it's helpful
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It turns to brown color
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It is a decompositionreaction silver bromide decomposes to form silver and bromine as products the reaction is as follows: 2AgBr-2Ag+2Cl
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When silver bromide kept in sunlight it forms silver+ bromide.this is called a type of decomposition reaction. This decomposition is used in black and white photography. 

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Changes colour to brown
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Decomposition reaction
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Decomposition reaction
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DECOMPOSITION REACTION(DECOMPOSITION BY SUNS RAYS
2AgBr- 2Ag + Br2
ALSO USED IN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
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it turns to brown colour
 
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the coliur of silver bromide is changed into grey in colour
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2AgBr - 2Ag+Br2.
The following reaction always take place in the presence of sunlight and this reaction are used in black and white photography.
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When silver bromide is placed in sunlight in a china dish,it turns brown due to the decomposition of silver bromide into silver and bromine.
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It is a photochemical reaction in which sunlight causes decomposition..... 2AgBr(s)----> 2Ag(s) + Br2
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it turns brown as thermal decomposition occurs and silver and bromine get diffferent
 
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photochemical decompostion reaction
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When silver bromide is exposed to sunlight, decomposition reaction takes place, which results in the formation of silver and bromide gas.
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Hii When silver bromide is kept in sunlight or is exposed to sunlight, it decomposes to form silver metal and bromine vapours:

2AgBr (s) ------------light------------> 2Ag (s) + Br2 (g)

This is an example of photolytic decomposition reaction.

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when silver bromide kept in sunlight then photolytic decomposition reaction take place 
2AgBr-2AG+Br2
 
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When silver bromide is kept in the sunlight or when it is exposed to sunlight, it decomposes to form silver metal and bromine vapours:

2AgBr (s) ------------light------------> 2Ag (s) + Br2 (g)

This is an example of photolytic decomposition reaction.

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