What is the chemical symbol of silver?

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The chemical symbol for silver is Ag. Ag stands for Argentum and has an atomic variance of 47. Silver has the highest electrical conductivity of all elements and also the highest thermal conductivity of all the metals.
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The symbol of silver is Ag (always a capital A followed by lowercase g) the reson it is like this is because it; other elements in the periodic table can have the same chemicla begining
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Ag is the chemical symbol for silver. Its atomic number is 47. Do you think
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Ag. I remember that from chemistry class way back in 1977. The teacher asked if we could name this compound: HIHOAg The lone ranger always said it..HIHO Silver. Dumb joke but I remembered
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Butane is a component of LPG Liquefied Petroleum Gas. Butane is a hydrocarbon that is present natural gas and can be obtained when petroleum is refined. Butane is a gaseous alkane
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Silver has the atomic symbol Ag
The atomic symbol of an element is usually represented by the first letters of a given element's name in Greek or Latin.
The chemical symbol for silver is Ag. It is a lustrous white, ductile, malleable metallic element, occurring both uncombined and in ores such as argentite, having the highest thermal and electrical conductivity of the metals. It is highly valued for jewellery, tableware, and other ornamental use.
The chemical symbol for Silver on the periodic table is Ag. The symbol comes from the Latin word argentum which means silver. The name silver comes from the old English word seolfor. You can find more information here: http://www. chemicalelements. com/elements/ag. html
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