Ag SIlver

Silver (Ag) // Atomic # - 47 // Atomic Mass - 107.86

Silver is a metallic element that is a shiny grey. It is relatively soft, and tarnishes slowly when exposed to air.

Silver is used for many things, including jewelry, batteries, and to make coins. Sterling Silver is made of 92.5% silver, the rest is cooper or some other metal.

Silver is also used to make mirrors, because it is the best reflector of visible light known. Also, silver threads are woven into the fingertips of gloves so you can use your smartphone.

Silver is a transition metal. It can be found in the Earth's crust.

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Created with images by Science Activism - "047 Silver - Periodic Table of Elements" • MorboKat - "Stock Photography - Canadian Coins" • dizfunkshinal - "Mirror"

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