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silver dichromate is a colorless, insoluble compound that decomposes with hot water and has an anion charge of -2. It is a versatile and widely used chemical with important applications in chemistry, biology and medicine.
Microcrystallization of silver dichromate
An improved method for the microcrystallization of silver dichromate is presented, which enables continuous suspension of forming crystals in their “mother liquor” by rotation of a stoppered test tube while in a horizontal position during cooling. This technique is extremely effective for producing crystals of optimum size and perfection in very difficult cases, and holds promise generally in similar applications.
Photocatalytic activity of as-prepared Ag2CrO4 nanoparticles
The photocatalytic activity of the as-prepared Ag2CrO4 and Ag2Cr2O7 nanostructures was studied by performing photooxidation of methyl orange (MO). XPS spectra indicated the high purity of these as-prepared Ag2CrO4 nanotepheric compounds. These compounds are potentially useful in the catalytic oxidation of benzylic and allylic alcohols by refluxing benzene, which requires an active oxygen atom to reduce the reaction product.