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Silver chloride dissolves in aqueous ammonia solution to give a solution containing diamminosilver(II) ion.This reacts distinguishes silver chloride from silver bromide, which require concentrated ammonia to dissolve, and silver iodide which does not dissolve at all.
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|Silver chloride||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Ammonia, aqueous||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Diamminosilver(I) ion||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
|Chloride ion||Reactions Using||Reactions Forming|
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