Ag Silver

Silver was discovered in ancient times by people unknown.

Silver's atomic number is 47. Silver has 47 protons, 61 neutrons, and 47 electrons.

Ag has the mass of 107.8682 or 108. It is also a solid and a metal.

Silver is used in our everyday lives. It is used in electronics, cars, coins, jewelry, and medicine.

Physical Properties > Color- Gray, Density- 9.78/cc, State- solid at 20 degree cc.

Chemical properties > boiling point- 1560 degree c. melting point- 271.3 degree c. Thermal conductivity- 0.0792 w/cm/c

unusual facts > discovered early as 3000 B.C. It was mentioned in Genesis. Silver is somewhat rare and expensive and is harder than gold.

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