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[*] posted on 23-6-2021 at 21:33
silver permanganate AgMnO4 - is there any usage for it?


Do you have any ideas for what to use silver permanganate AgMnO4?
I have plenty of KMnO4 but I have a possibility to buy silver salt. I just do not know any usage which could favor silver salt instead of potassium salt.




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[*] posted on 23-6-2021 at 22:37


Given Silver chloride's relative insolubility in water I'd imagine there are plenty of reactions where Silver permanganate would be the oxidiser of choice. As you don't have anything in mind for it I'd call it a,"niche reagent." and then I'd buy it anyway.
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[*] posted on 24-6-2021 at 00:58


OK paulll, thx, I'll buy it. At worst into a stock so later someone else will find an usage for it.



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[*] posted on 24-6-2021 at 10:16


You can use it for preparation of other permanganates by double displacement with metal chloride. Interesting route would be AgMnO4 -> Ba(MnO4)2 -> HMno4.2H2O.



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