What Is Silver Made of?


Pure silver is a natural element that exists on the earth's crust. It does not contain any additional component. Sterling silver, which commonly utilised for jewellery, is an alloy of 92.5% wholesome silver and 7.5% other metals, usually copper.
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Silver is a metallic chemical element and is the form of electrons which is known as gold-silver alloy. Silver metal is attacked by strong potassium
Silver is an element in itself. Silver is used to make other materials and used in other processes. It is the whitest metallic element.
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