About Silver By W.K.

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About Silver By W.K.





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About silver

Uses of silver

Currency coins, ornaments, jewelry, high-value tableware and utensils, coins and bullion etc.

Atomic Number: 47Atomic mass: 108Number of protons: 47Neutrons: 61Electrons: 47

Conductivity: Pure silver is the best director of heat and electricity of all known metals, so it is sometimes used in making solder, electrical contacts and printed circuit boards.Boiling point: 2162°C or 3924°FMelting Point: 961.78°C or 1763.20°FDensity: 10.501 grams per cubic centimeter

Reactivity: Nothing.Flammability: It’s not flammable.Major Category: Metal

Physical Properties

Conductivity, Boiling Point, Melting Point, Density

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