Does anyone know the color of these species?

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In summary, the color of a species can vary and is influenced by factors such as age, gender, location, and diet. Determining the color can be done through observing the animal, studying physical characteristics, or genetic analysis. Knowing the color is important for understanding behavior, habitat, and conservation efforts. The color of a species can change over time and there are resources available to find the color of different species, but it is important to use reliable sources.
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[tex]Cu(NH_3)_4(OH)_2[/tex]
[tex]Ag(NH_3)_2Cl[/tex]
I tried to research on wikipedia but found none...
Any help would be greatly appreciated... :smile:
 
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these are ammoniacal species. ammoniacal cupric hydroxide and ammoniacal silver chloride.

Try searching using those terms...
 
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The first species, Cu(NH3)4(OH)2, is a complex ion containing copper, ammonia, and hydroxide. The color of this species is light blue or turquoise.
The second species, Ag(NH3)2Cl, is a complex ion containing silver, ammonia, and chloride. The color of this species is colorless.
I hope this helps!
 

1. What is the color of this species?

The color of a species can vary depending on a number of factors such as the individual's age, gender, location, and diet. It is important to consult a reliable source or an expert in the field to accurately determine the color of a specific species.

2. How can we determine the color of a species?

Determining the color of a species can be done through a variety of methods such as observing the animal in its natural habitat, studying its physical characteristics, or conducting genetic analysis. It is important to use multiple methods to ensure accuracy.

3. Why is the color of a species important to know?

The color of a species is important to know as it can provide valuable information about its behavior, habitat, and evolutionary history. It can also help with species identification and conservation efforts.

4. Can the color of a species change?

Yes, the color of a species can change over time due to a variety of factors such as environmental conditions, mating rituals, and camouflage. Some species may also change color during different life stages.

5. Are there any resources available to find the color of a specific species?

Yes, there are many resources available such as field guides, scientific databases, and online resources that can provide information on the color of different species. It is important to use reputable sources to ensure accurate information.

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