Silver by macy joubert

Atomic Number: 47

Atomic Mass: 107.8682 u

Of all the metals, silver is the best conductor of heat and electricity known, in fact it has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity known for any material. It is strong, malleable and ductile, and can endure extreme temperature ranges. Silver is also able to reflect light very well.

Silver is sometimes found in nature as a free metal but also appears with other minerals and deposits of ore like copper, gold, nickel, lead and lead-zinc. Silver is heavily mined around the world with the largest deposits being mined in China, Australia, Peru, Poland, Serbia, Bolivia, Mexico and Chile.

Silver is found in rings and things like that kind of stuff.

Silver is a transition metal.

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