Moist silver oxide or dry silver oxide, Chemistry

Ethyl bromide can be converted into ethyl alcohol using- Moist silver oxide or dry silver oxide?

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Moist silver oxide

Dry silver oxide is Ag2O

Moist silver oxide is Ag2O + H2O -------> 2AgOH

C2H5Br + AgOH -------> C2H5OH + AgBr 

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