silver nitrite

silver nitrite

[′sil·vər ′nī‚trīt]
(inorganic chemistry)
AgNO2 Yellow or grayish-yellow needles which decompose at 140°C; soluble in hot water; used in organic synthesis and in testing for alcohols.
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2 pounds on a field gun, the receiver of the 12-, 20- or 28-gauge Mari is made of aluminum coated with titanium while the sporting clays version, the 12-gauge Mari Elite, sports a solid steel, silver nitrite finished receiver, accented with false sideplates and tips the scales at a little over 8 pounds.
COM/BASERRI-SHOTGUNS GUN: HUNTER ELITE ACTION TYPE: O/U O/U GAUGE: 28, 20, 12 (tested) 12 CHOKE TUBES: IC, M, IM, F C, IC, M, IM, F CAPACITY: 2 2 BARREL LENGTH: 28" 30" or 32" OVERALL LENGTH: 45" 47" or 49" WEIGHT: 6 pounds, 10 ounces 8 pounds, 2 ounces FINISH: Blue barrels, Blue barrels, Titanium finished, roll Silver Nitrite, laser engraved receiver engraved receiver and side Elates SIGHTS: White bead Red fiber-optic front, Gold mid bead STOCK: Turkish walnut Grade 2.