Silver bromide, a soft, pale-yellow, water-insoluble salt well known for its unusual sensitivity to light. This property has allowed silver halides to become the basis of modern photographic materials. AgBr is widely used in photographic films and is believed by some to have been used for making the Shroud of Turin.
0.140 mg/L (20 °C)
insoluble in alcohol, most acids; sparingly soluble in ammonia; soluble in alkali cyanide solutions.
5.4 × 10 −13
Silver(I) fluoride; Silver chloride; Silver iodide