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Silver - Wikipedia

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Silver is a metallic element with symbol Ag and atomic number 47. The symbol Ag stems from ..... Sterling silver (stamped 925) is harder than pure silver and has a lower melting point (893 °C) ...

How to Melt Silver (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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The furnace or torch is what you'll be using to heat your silver to its melting point. As such, the furnace or blow torch are critical items in melting silver. Depending ...

Jeweler Resources - Melting Points - Kitco

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Melting Point and Weights of Various Metals and Alloys ... Silver, Pure, Ag, 1761, 961, 10.49, 5.525. Silver, Sterling, -, 1640, 893, 10.36, 5.457. Silver, Coin, - ...

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Oct 12, 2010 ... Melting my sterling silver scrap with a propane torch and silica melting dish,,,and casting into a homemade wooden ingot mold. You can find ...

Metal Melting Points – A guide to melting metals

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Oct 3, 2012 ... Different melting points for different precious metals. ... We are actually surprised that Brass, Sterling Silver and Gold are actually higher than ...

How to Melt Silver at Home - Sell Gold HQ

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If you are looking to melt down your silver at home, you'll want to first seek ... Pure silver has a melting point of approximately 1800 degrees Fahrenheit, which is ...

Can you melt silver at home (for jewelry)? - Instructables

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Sep 23, 2009 ... I want to melt metal, preferably silver, to stamp in the process of making ... Unalloyed silverMelting Point: 1234.93 K (961.78 °C, 1763.2 °F) A ...

Silver - Element information, properties and uses | Periodic Table

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Element Silver (Ag), Group 11, Atomic Number 47, d-block, Mass 107.868. Sources, facts ... Group, 11, Melting point, 961.78°C, 1763.2°F, 1234.93 K. Period , 5 ...

Metals - Melting Temperatures - Engineering ToolBox

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Melting point is the temperature at which a substance changes from solid to liquid state. Melting ... Gold, Silver and Copper - Pressure and Melting Temperatures.

has anyone melted silver tableware down? is it worth it? | Peak ...

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So you could melt Sterling Silver but as pointed out by someone else it .... Not only is it highly regulated to the point of being illegal there are ...