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Silver chlorate, AgClO3

The Silver chlorate, AgClO3, can be prepared by dissolving the monoxide in chloric acid, or by passing chlorine through a suspension of the monoxide in water, the hypochlorite being an intermediate product. It forms tetragonal crystals, melting at 230° C., and decomposing at 270° C. into silver chloride and oxygen. At ordinary temperatures its solubility is 20 grams per 100 grams of water. Its solution in ammonium hydroxide yields prismatic crystals, Ag(NH3)2ClO3, melting at 100° C.
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