SILVER WANTED

WANTED FOR ELECTROCUTION

WANTED FOR ELECTROCUTION

This element is wanted for electrocuting people in their own homes. Silver is one of the best conductors ever and must be handled cautiously when found. Keep away from electrical outlets and equipment. It is also commonly found hiding in jewelry, silverware, and mirrors.

ALIASES

This criminal might also be going by the names Ag, and siolfur. Also some (fake) slang terms are shiny, gray gold, shiny gray, and raw tableware.

DESCRIPTION

Silver is easily noticeable if it isn't concealed. It is a very shiny and bright gray color. It is ductile and malleable also. It is found in cubic shapes when first mined. It is 2.5 - 4 on Moh's hardness scale. Silver will not be affected in oxygen and water but will tarnish if exposed to sulfur compounds.
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FIRST ARRESTING OFFICER

This criminal is quiet old therefore the first officer to arresting them is not alive nor in our files. We do know that the first time Silver was arrested it was somewhere near Greece and Turkey in about 30000 BC.

REPORT OF FIRST ARREST

Silver was discovered in slag heaps near Turkey and Greece. Soon after that it was found in German mines. It was then put to work making jewelry, silverware, and mirrors.

LAST SEEN

Silver was last seen with the transition metals. It is mainly found in North and South America.

KNOWN ASSOCIATES

Silver has many connections and might rely on them while in hiding. Some of silvers most common compounds are silver chloride (AgCl), silver bromide (AgBr), Silver Iodide (AgI), andSilver Nitrate (AgNo3). No chemical reactions as silver is the least reactive element in the transition metals.

WARNING

This element is stable in it's pure state. Nothing too much to worry about.
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CITATIONS

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"Chemical Elements.com - An Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements."Chemical Elements.com - An Interactive Periodic Table of the Elements. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Sept. 2015.

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By: Sean Douglass