Silver Fluoride is an odorless yellow to gray solid. It is one of the three principal silver fluorides, along with silver subfluoride and silver(II) fluoride. In chemistry, it has been used as a fluorination and desilylation reagent, and in dentistry, it has been used in aqueous solution as a topical caries therapy.
|Product Name||Silver Fluoride|
|Molecular Weight||126.86 g/mol|
|Synonyms||Argentous fluoride; Silver(I) fluoride; Silver monofluoride; Fluoreto de Prata; Fluoruro de plata; Argentum Fluoride; Fluorure d'argent; Fluorosilver|
|Uses||Used to help prevent tooth cavities from forming, growing, or spreading to other teeth|
|1||Appearance (Color)||Yellow to Very Dark Yellow and Orange to Very Dark Orange and Brown to Very Dark Brown and Yellow-Orange and Yellow-Brown and Orange-Brown.|
|3||ICP Major Analysis Confirms Silver Component||Confirmed|
|4||Purity >=99.99 % Based On Trace Metals Analysis||Conforms|
|5||Trace Metal Analysis
|< 1000.0 ppm|
Q. What is the formula for Silver Fluoride?
Silver fluoride is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula AgF.
Q. Is Silver Fluoride soluble in water?
Silver Fluoride is highly soluble in water, having a solubility of approximately 1800 g/L at 25 °C.