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According to reliable secondary literature (factual handbook) the  vapour pressure of silver chloride increases with temperature: 1 Pa at 670°C, 10 Pa at 769°C, 100 Pa at 873°C, 1kPa at 1052°C, 10kPa at 1264°C, 100kPa at 1561°C. By extrapolation, it can safely be assumed that the vapour pressure of AgCl is negligible at ambient temperatures.

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