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Silver nitrate: Quiz


Question 1: [27] Argyria is more often associated with the consumption of ________ solutions than with silver nitrate, especially at the extremely low concentrations present for the disinfection of water.
PneumoniaMedical uses of silverAIDSBacteria

Question 2:
What is Silver nitrate also known as?
silver peroxide, argentic oxide, silver suboxide, divasil
Acetic acid, silver, salt
Nitric acid silver salt
Nitric acid, nickel salt

Question 3: Although silver nitrate is currently not regulated in water sources by the Environmental Protection Agency, when between 1-5 g of silver have accumulated in the body, a condition called ________ can develop.
Mercury poisoningLead poisoningArgyriaArsenic poisoning

Question 4: The color of precipitate varies with the halide: white (silver chloride), pale yellow/cream (________), yellow (silver iodide).
Silver oxideSilver bromideSilver cyanideSilver(II) fluoride

Question 5: Until the development and widespread adoption of antibiotics, dilute solutions of AgNO3 used to be dropped into newborn babies' eyes at birth to prevent contraction of ________ from the mother.
ICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseasesGonorrheaGranuloma inguinaleChancroid

Question 6: Ag+ binds ________ reversibly, and silver nitrate has been used to separate mixtures of alkenes by selective absorption.

Question 7: The resulting adduct can be decomposed with ________ to release the free alkene.

Question 8: ________, in the 13th century, documented the ability of nitric acid to separate gold and silver by dissolving the silver.
Thomas AquinasAlbertus MagnusDuns ScotusBonaventure

Question 9: It is also used as a stain in ________[citation needed].
OsmiumGoldScanning electron microscopeElectron microscope

Question 10: This reaction is commonly used in ________ to abstract halides:
ElectrochemistryNitrogenPeriodic tableInorganic chemistry


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