What Are the Properties of Silver?


Silver has many special properties that make it a very useful and precious metal. Of all the metals, silver is the best conductor of heat and electricity. It is strong, malleable and ductile, and can endure extreme temperature ranges.
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Atomic number. 47. Atomic mass. 107.87 g.mol -1. Electronegativity according to Pauling. 1.9. Density. 10.5 g.cm-3 at 20°C. Melting point. 962 °C. Boiling point. 2212 °
Atomic number: 47, Atomic mass: 107.87 g.mol -1, Electronegativity
In colonial America, silversmiths decided to forge their own silverware and goods to avoid patronizing British purveyors of sterling silver. They collected useless European coins,
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Relative Atomic Mass: 107.8682 amu
Discovery: Silver has been known since ancient times.
Properties of silver: silver is sold in its natural state, melting point is 961.95 degrees Celsius, boiling point of 2155 degrees Celsius, has an atomic weight of 107.868 and is silver in color.
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