How is silver used in photography?

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Chloride of silver is used in photography because it is light sensitive. It is used to coat the photography film, and then reacts when it is exposed to light. You can find more information here: http://chestofbooks.com/arts/photography/The-Fundamentals-Of-Photography/Chapter-IV-The-Light-Sensitive-Materials-Used-In-Photograph.html
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