Why do we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles?

beacuse silver chloride reacts with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas . so to prevent it from chaniging its form it is stored in a dark bottle

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  • Because on exposure to light it turns into silver metal and elemental chlorine. This reaction is the basis of photographic films.


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We store silver chloride in dark colored bottle because if it is kept on explore to light then it wiil get decomposed into silver and chlorine


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To save it from photolytic reaction.

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 To prevent photolysis 

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to prevent it frm photolytic reaction...

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silverhalidesare sensitive to light i.e. when they come in contav=ct with light, they get decomposed.... thus they are kept in dark bottles

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silver chloride is a very sensitive material.

at can decompose when exposed to the sunlight and a reaction can take place.

but, as we know that the black colour absorbs the whole spectrum.

so, no sunlight means , no reaction.

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Silver Chloride reacts with sunlight to form black metallic silver. Therefore, in order to prevent this reaction from taking place, we have to prevent exposure of silver chloride to bright sunlight. This is also how film works and why photographs are usually developed in a dark place.

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SILVER CHLORIDE IS STORED IN BLACK COLOURED BOTTLE BECAUSE :-

When silver chloride is hit with light, it breaks down into elemental silver and chlorine gas:

2 AgCl --> 2 Ag + 

In this case, the amount of chlorine gas is generally small enough that there's no danger. However, during this process the silver chloride itself is contaminated with silver, which darkens it. 
The silver nitrate you have used is stored in dark bottles, to avoid light entering it.
 

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silver chloride reacts with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas which is photochemical reaction so we store them in dark bottles
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we store silver chloride in the dark room to prevent it from sunlight and it forms silver and chlorine.
2AgBr give rise to 2Ag+Br2
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silver chloride reacts with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas which is photochemical reaction so we store them in dark bottles
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we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottle because silver choride react with sunlight to form the silver and chlorine so that it is in dark bottle



 
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Silver objects are stored in black or dark-coloured boxes because silver objects, generally decomposes in light, mainly in sunlight to give Silver. It is a photochemical decomposition reaction.

Example : 2AgCl ------> 2Ag + Cl2

Here, silver chloride reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chloride. Hence, to prevent it from decomposing, it is stored in dark-coloured bottles.

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 because it react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine
 
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as it has a very light or soft bond so it can only brake because of sunlight ,so, to protect it from sunlight we keep it in dark bottles.
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Dark coloured bottles interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach silver chloride in the bottles and its decomposition is prevented. It is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light.
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to prevent photolysis
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so that it cannot react with light
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silver chloride reacts in the presence of sunlight
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Silver chloride when stored in sun decomposes into silver(solid) and chlorine(gas). So to prevent this decompositon it is stored in dark coloured bottles

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  • silver chloride are light sensitive. And they may react to light very fast and lose its properties. that's why that are to be stored in dark bottles to prevent the entry of light
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Because silver chloride reacts to form a agcl2 precipitate and cl2 gas .hence preventing it from changing its form we kept it into dark coloured bottles
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Since silverchloride has the property to be displaced in sunlight into its silver and chlorine gas.So it is not kept outside.
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Paint forms a protective coating on the surface of iron. Then both oxygen and moisture cannot have direct contact with the surface of the iron metal. Therefore, the surface gets protected against rusting.
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Silver chloride is kept in dark bottle in order to prevent decomposition reaction when exposed to sunlight react and broken down into silver and chlorine gas. This chlorine gas removes and only silver is left behin
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Because if sunlight reaches tu silver then it gets oxides and its colour become black
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Because agcl reacts with sunlight to form ag and cl2.
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Dark coloured bottles interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach silver chloride in the bottles and its decomposition is prevented. It is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light. This is shown in the reaction given below:

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dear friends as we know that dark bottles or dark objects absorb lights and don't let light to enter in it so to avoid decomposition reaction of silver nitrate it is kept in dark bottles.
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Because it is in it's enthenkilum form
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by an reaction 2ag + cl2 gives 2agcl
 
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Because when silver get exposed to air it virgously react with sulphur in atmosphere with sunlight silver get tarnished and corrode . Thats why we kept silver in dark bottles
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silver chloride is photosensitive.
It reacts with sunlight and splits into silver and chlorine . That is decomposition reaction takes place.

 
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...?We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles?in order to protect it from the effect sunlight. Sunlight can decompose?silver chloride?and make itsilver?and chlorine.
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Place a small quantity of silver chloride (AgCl) under sunlight for some time. The crystals slowly acquire a grey colour. On analysis, it is found that the sunlight has caused decomposition of silver chloride into silver and chlorine.

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Silver Chloride on coming in contact with sunlight decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas .So it is stored in dark bottles to cut off contact with sunlight
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Dark coloured bottles interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach silver chloride in the bottles and its decomposition is prevented. It is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light.
This is shown in the reaction given below:

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Because it can react with sunlight. And if it will react then it will decompose and will breakdown.
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This is because silver chloride is highly reactive towards light.when silver chloride is expose to light its white colour changes to greyish white due to the formation of sliver metal so to prevent it from changing its form it is stored in dark coloured bottels Hope it will helps u😊☺
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we store sliver chloride in dark colour bottles it can be react when it get light . It is example of photolysis reaction.
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Silver when kept in open turns grey in sunlight. This is due to the the decomposition of silver chloride into silver metal and chlorine gas by light.
Sunlight

2AgCl (s) --------------------> 2Ag(s) + Cl2(g)

So, as to prevent the exposure of silver chloride into sunlight and hence prevents its decomposition, it is stored in dark coloured bottles so as to prevent the entry of sunlight.
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Because silver chloride is very sensitive to sunlight
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Because silver chloride is react with light
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles to prevent the photolytic decomposition reaction to takes place as it comes in contact of light then it decomposes to silver metal and chlorine gas but in coloured bottles ligh is unable to enter
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Because compounds like Silver Chloride are light sensitive and react very fast with light and decompose into silver and chloride CHEERS..
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Because silver chloride is light sensitive. If it react to the light(if it come in sun light contact) then they lose their property.
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Silver nitrate stored in dark coloured bottles to prevent it from decompose as it react with sunlight and decompose into silver and chlorine gas
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when silver chloride come in contact with air and light then it break down into two elemets silver and chloride. so we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles
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Dark coloured bottles?interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach?silver chloride?in the?bottles?and its decomposition is prevented. It is known that?silver chloridedecomposes to?silver?and chlorine in the presence of light. Please upvote
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Because in the presence of sunlight it form silver and chlorine gas. so to prevent it from chaniging its form it is stored in a dark bottle
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Because silver chloride reacts with sunlight
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chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles to prevent the decomposition of it the dark coloured bottles block the face of LED and do not let the light to come in so it is prevented from decomposing
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Because AgCl reacts with sunlight to form Ag+Cl
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We silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chloride gas.
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Because silver chloride decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas in the presence of sunlight
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Silver chloride on exposure to sunlight may decompose as per the following reaction to :2AgCl-2Ag+Cl2
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because if would keep it in a low coloured bottle then it would react with the bottle
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because silver bromide decomposes in sunlight to form silver and bromine due to photochemical decomposition reaction. So as to prevent them to that reaction, we must have to store them in dark coloured bottles.
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Because ,if silver chloride is keep in light places then it decomposes into silver and chlorine ,so we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles to prevent from the action of light energy on it
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Because dark coloured are absorbed more heat and silver chloride split into Silver and chlorine.
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It is important to store silver chloride in dark bottles because silver chloride easily reacts with sunlight and form silver and chlorine gas.
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We store silver chloride in dark colored bottles because it decomposes in presence of sunlight(photolytic decomposition reaction) and forms grey coloured silver and chlorine gas.
The chemical reaction involved is as follow:

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Because silver chloride reacts with sunlight and turns grey due to decomposition of silver chloride into silver and chloride.
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To prevent it from reacting with sunlight
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We store it in dark colour bottle so that it donot react with it. if it reacts it decompose and form silver and chlorine gas.
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To prevent decomposition of silver chloride by light
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In the presence of light silver bromide (AgBr) gets broken down into Ag and Br2 (Bromine gas). Thus to prevent it they are stored in dark colored bottles.
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Cause it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to give silver and chlorine
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We keep silver chloride in dark coloured bottles to avoid decomposition in the presence of heat.
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To prevent it from sun lite for stop the fission
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Because silver chloride reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chloride gas
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Silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is stored in dark coloured bottles.
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Because it easily oxidized that's why
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles due to the, it react with sunlight and form silver ion and chloride ion
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Because silver chloride can reacts in the presence of light
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Silver chloride is a white solid.But it is very sensitive to sunlight.On exposure to sunlight,it decomposes to give silver and chlorine gas .

Therefore ,it is stored in dark coloured bottles to avoid action by sunlight
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Silver chloride?is?stored in dark colored bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and?chlorine?gas. So to prevent this it is?stored?in dark colored bottles.The type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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The reason is that when it reacts with sunlight it decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas . so to prevent it it is kept in dark coloured bottles. this type of reaction is called photolytic decomposition reaction .
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We store AgCl in dark coloured ( amber coloured) bottle because , it undergoes photolytic decomposition process when the light falls on it
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silver chloride exposes to sunlight very fastly and forms silver and chloride separately.so, that's why they will keep in dark coloured containers
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It is because if we will keep them in transparent bottles they will go under photolytic decomposition. To prevent this from getting decomposed it is kept in coloured bottles
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Silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles because silver chloride is a light sensitive compound, so as to keep it out of light's way and make sure it doesn't undergo photo decomposition it is stored in dark coloured bottles
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Silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles because it reacts with sunlight and decompose to form silver and chlorine gas
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Because to conserve the colour of it
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So that it's colour doesn't fade...
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Silver chloride is stored?in?dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it?is stored?in?dark coloured bottles. the type of reaction?is?photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas
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Because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas.
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Silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas.
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Silver chloride react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine so we keep it in dark coloured bottles.
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Silver chloride react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine so we keep it in dark coloured bottles.
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We store silver chloride in dark colour bottle because silver chloride react with sunlight very fast so it cause burn also so thise why silver chloride stored we in dark bottle we also know that in black colour objects sunlight Doesn't pas
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because it react with sunlight
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We store silver chloride in dark bottle because to not expose it to the sun rays ,if in case Agcl2 is exposed to sunlight the below reaction will take place-:

2Agcl--->2Ag+Cl2
Which is a decomposition reaction or endothermic reaction.
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Silver chloride is canvarted into silver metal and chloride when it kept in direct sunlight the dark green bottles interrupt the path of light it can not reach the silver chloride contained in the dark colored bottles and it's decomposition is prevented
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Because light shouldnot pass through chloride
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bcz dark colour absorbs sunlight as silver chloride decompose when exposed to it
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Because the dark.reaction cannot take place
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In silver chloride photolytic decomposition reaction takes place. So to avoid this reaction it is Stored in dark containers
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Because it absorb heat so it is key in black bottle because balak color ansoon less heat and reflect more
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Because in presence of sunlight it get converted into grey coloured silver element
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So that it dosent get decomposed to give chlorine gas....

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Because it react with sunlight ? , so when we place silver chloride in white bottle the sun ray come inside the bottle and it reacted with sun ray. Hence, it stored in colour bottles.
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Because silver is reacts with sunlight and decompose to from silver and chlorine gas
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Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine when it is exposed to sunlight. Therefore it is stored in darh coloured bottles
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To prevent from sunlight. Insunlight it decomposes into Ag and Cl gas. It is a photolytic decomposition
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Silver chloride is stored in dark colour bottle because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas so to prevent this it is stored in dark colour bottle the type of reaction is photolyticdecomposition reaction
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silver chloride is stored in dark colour bottle because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas so to prevent this it is stored in dark
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Silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles because it react with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas so to prevent this it is stored in dark
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Because it can easily react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas.
You can understand by the given reaction

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silver chloride reacts wirh sunlight
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Because silver chloride turns grey in sunlight and form silver metal
To prevent from this decomposition it is stored in dark bottles.
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Because it reduce it grey colour in sunlight
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Silver chloride is stored in black bottles because when ray of sunlight fall in silver chloride it,s colour become grey
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Yes we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to the form of silver and chlorine gas . This type is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Silver chloride?is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles
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Bcz it reacts with sunlight and form silver and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is stored in dark coloures bottles
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Silver Chloride is stored in coloured bottles, so as to prevent its breakdown on the exposure of light..
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Silver chloride is kept in dark coloured bottles because it rects with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas . So to prevent this it is stored in dark coloured bottles,the type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction .
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why do we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles
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We store silver chloride in a dark coloured bottle to avoid action by sunlight
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Silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles because on keeping it to sunlight it undergoes decomposition reaction and white colour of sliver chloride changes into grey in colour. So that is why sliver chloride is kept in dark bottles so it to never contact with sun and to undergo chemical reaction.
AgCl2- Ag + Cl2
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Protect the silver chloride from phrolytic decomposition or
if we kept out silver chloride to sun light it decompose to form silver and chloride so we kept in dark coloured bottles
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Because it reacts with light and so comes under photochemical reaction and stored in dark coloured bottles
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Because when it comes in contact of light it undergoes photodecomposition process to form silver and chlorine separately
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Becoz it may react with sunlight and decompose to form silver and chlorine gas . So to prevent this we prefer to store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles.
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AgCl kept in dark because it reacts with sunlight to form Ag and Cl gas, so to prevent it from changing it's form it is stored in dark .
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Decomposition is a type of chemical reaction.? It is defined as the reaction in which a single compound splits into two or more simple substances under suitable conditions.?It is just the opposite of the combination reaction.

In a combination reaction, a substance is formed as a result of chemical combination, while in a decomposition reaction, the substance breaks into new substances.

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For example:? The digestion of food in our body is accompanied by a number of decomposition reactions. The major constituents of our food such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, etc.,decompose to form a number of simpler substances.? These substances further react, releasing large amounts of energy, which keeps our body working.

The general equation that describes a decomposition reaction is:


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Simple. Silver chloride reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas.
That's why it is stored in dark containers
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Bcoz it gets reacts with sunlight and decomposes into siver and chlorine
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Because to prevent from sunlight. And in a dark coloured bottle, the sun light can not enters in it.
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Silver chloride is?stored?in dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is stored?in?dark coloured bottles. the type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas.
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Because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas
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Because it react with sunLight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas so to prevent it is stored in dark colors bottle
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Silver chloride?is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles. the type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Silver chloride?is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles. the type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Because of silver chloride changes its colour in the presence of sunlight
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We store silver chloride in black bottles in order to prevent it's decomposition in sunlight. In the presence of sunlight AgCl decomposes into Silver(Ag) and Chlorine ( Cl2).This type of reaction is called photolytic decomposition.
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Because due to heat produced by the sun when silver cloride reacts with heat the product will be the silver +clorine
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It protects silver chloride from oxidized in air
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Silver chloride?is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles?because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form?silver?and chlorine gas. So to prevent this it is?stored?in?dark coloured bottles. the type of reaction is photolytic decomposition reaction.
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Because it reacts with sunlight and decomposes to form silver and chlorine gas so is stored in dark coloured bottles
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Because silver chloride get decomposed easily with light , photolytic decomposition reaction take place
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Because it starts to decompose in light, to avoid this it is stored in black color bottle
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Because it is photo sensitive elements
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Because silver chloride breaks down into its constituents when light is falled over it.
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Because silver chloride are light sensitive and they react with light faster.And lose proprties of silver chloride.So it was stored in dark coloured bottles.
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For protecting it from sunliagt
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Becaues it will get vaporized
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Silver chloride is a light sensitive compound ,to keep it away from light it kept so,because on reacting with light separates silver from compound releasing chlorine gas &losses the chemical property of compound
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Silver chloride is stored in dark colour bottle because it reacts with sunlight and decompose to form silver and chlorine gas
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because Silver chloride reacts with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas
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Silver chloride is an example of light sensitive chemical compound and the reaction an example of photolytic decomposition reaction they react with light very rapidly and loses its property by forming chlorine gas and silver to avoid the Silver chloride in dark coloured bottles
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We store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles because it reacts very rapidly with sunlight and looses its property as it forms silver and chlorine gas ..hope u like it and able to understand...thank you
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Because silver chloride reacts with light . It's Light sensitive . It can undergo photolytic decomposition.
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They react with light very rapidly and loses its property by forming chlorine gas and silver to avoid this silver chloride in dark coloured bottel
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They react with light very rapidly and loses its property by forming chlorine gas and?silver. to avoid this?silver chloride in dark coloured bottles.
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Bcoz they undergoes the reaction photolysis and silver chloride breaks and the colour even changes of silver
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Silver chloride is an example of a light sensitive chemical compound and the reaction is an example of photolytic composition reaction they react with light very rapidly and loses its property by forming chlorine gas and silver to avoid this silver chloride in dark colored bottles
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We store silver chloride in dark colored bottled because silver chloride turns Greg in sunlight to from silver metal
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Silver chloride?is a light-sensitive chemical compound andit easily undergoes photolytic decomposition reaction.?Silver chloride?decomposes into?silver?and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight.
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Silver chloride react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine so we keep it in dark coloured bottles.
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becoz silver chloride reacts with sunlight and forms silver and chlorine .
To prevent it from doing so it is kept in dark bottle!!!
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beacuse silver chloride reacts with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas . so to prevent it from chaniging its form it is stored in a dark bottle
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As silver chloride is light-sensative chemical compound so it can easily undergoes photolytic decomposition reaction .
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As we know that Silver chloride break down in the form of silver and chlorine in the presence of sunlight.
So we store silver chloride in dark coloured bottles.

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Because silver chloride distribute into Ag and Cl in the presence of sunlight .So we kept it in coloured bottle for preserving it
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Because it react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas. So, to prevent this we store it in dark coloured bottles.
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Silver chloride is a light sensitive chemical compound and it eaisly undergoes photolytic decomposition reaction. Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight. Hence, silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottels.
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Silver chloride is a light - sensitive chemical compound, and it easily undergoes phtolytic
Decomposition reaction. Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposes to sunlight. Hence , silver chloride is stored in dark coloured bottles.
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Because if silver chloride is kept outside in open, the colour of it will fade away.
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Silver chloride is a light-sensitive chemical compound andit easily undergoes photolytic decomposition reaction.Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight. Hence Silver chloride is stored in dark-colored bottles.
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Because it may react with sunlight to form silver and chlorine gas. Also become grey in colour.This reaction is called photolytic decomposition.

Therefore stone chloride in dark coloured bottle.
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Silver chloride is a light-sensitive chemical compound andit easily undergoes photolytic decomposition reaction. Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight. Hence Silver chloride is stored in dark-colored bottles.
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Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight. ... It is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light. They act as a filter and this prevents the reactions Hence Silver chloride is stored in dark-coloured bottles.
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It is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light . Dark coloured bottles interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach Silver chloride in the Bottles And its decomposition is prevented.Hence it is stored in dark coloured bottles.
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silver chloride can undergo decomposition in the presence of sunlight to form silver(Ag) and chlorine gas (Cl),hence they are stored in dark coloured bottles to prevent this decomposition ,same goes with AgBr(silver bromide)
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We store it in dark bottles to prevent photolytic decomposition reaction.
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it is known that silver chloride decomposes to silver and chlorine in the presence of light.. this silver formed is microscopic and turns blackish grey in colour. Hence, we lose the use of silver chloride. That's why they are to be stored in dark coloured bottles to prevent the entry of light..
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Dark-colored bottles interrupt the path of light such that light cannot reach silver chloride in the bottles and its decomposition is prevented. ... Hence, we lose the use of silver chloride. That's why they are to be stored in dark bottles to?prevent the entry of light.
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We keep silver chloride in dark coloured bottles to avoid decomposition in the presence of heat.
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Explanation. Silver chloride decomposes into silver and chlorine gas when exposed to sunlight. ... They?act as a filter?and this prevents the reactions Hence Silver chloride is stored in dark-coloured bottles.






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We store silver chloride( agcl ) into dark coloured bottles because if it can be stored outside then it will react with sunlight so it is must to store in dark bottle to prevent it to react with sunlight .
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