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Silver dithionate, Ag2S2O6

The Silver dithionate, Ag2S2O6, is formed by heating the sulphite, and also by dissolving Silver carbonate in dithionic acid. The rhombic crystals darken under the influence of light, and dissolve in twice their weight of water at 16° C.
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