Chemistry Experiment – Copper and Silver Nitrate Redox Reaction – Mr Pauller

Chemistry Experiment – Copper and Silver Nitrate Redox Reaction – Mr Pauller


0.1M AgNO3 Pouring silver nitrate solution into a beaker containing copper wire. Start to see solid silver form on the copper wire. Notice that the liquid is starting to look blue. The blue color is caused by copper ions dissolving in the water. Notice the long, needle-like crystals of silver. Solid silver sinks to the bottom of the beaker. Nice picture here of the silver crystals and copper tinted water. Thanks for watching!

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  1. hi NUEL PAULLER u've shown a very vital thing…. But one thing that I don like is that the quality of video…. pls use a good camera for these types of exp… I wasn't be able to see clearly…

  2. Thanks for watching. Check out some of my other experiments using this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCzgQXGz9Tg&list=PLcPxITNyCQ2wpoACy_896b8T1W9O0cj8T Be sure to subscribe to receive updates about new videos as I post them.

  3. Hello, I was wearing two necklaces one copper and one silver. The silver turned all black and i wanna know why?

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