atomic number- 47
atomic weight- 107.9
melting point- 961 degrees celsius
boiling point- 2212 degrees celsius
color of substance
solid at room temperature
combined with chloride ion
an insoluble white precipitate
Where It Is Found-
the same sites as other metals, such as copper, nickel, zinc and lead
North America, silver can be found in Alaska and Mexico
other hot spots around the globe are in Russia and Australia
Peru and Mexico are the worlds leading silver makers
fillings for cavities
Common Compounds It Forms-
Silver nitrate (AgNO3)
Silver is used to produce coins. They are usually sold to collectors or used today as quarters, dimes and nickels.
Silver is used to produce rings. They are valued to antique shops and used today as wedding rings/bands.
Silver is used to produce china. They are valued to collectors or used for display.
One day next week Diane stopped in to Vintage Rose ANtique and saw that Michelle was working. Michelle was showing Diane all these rings that were unique and similar to her wedding ring. Diane loved looking and trying on all the jewelry. So, Michelle saw how much Diane loved this and offered her a job. With out Diane taking a breath she said yes.
Now, Diane is working at the Vintatge Rose Antique shop and is having a blast working with people that love things she loves. One day a few months later a college boy named Brady comes in and asks if you have any wedding rings cause I'm gonna propose to my girlfriend. Diane just got so excited and started showing him all the rings there were that would be appropriate. Brady ended up looking at Diane"s ring and loved her silver ring. So, they go back through the silver rings and finds one that is perfect for his soon to be finance.
A few weeks later Brady brings in his finance Rachael to the shop. They ask Michelle if Diane is here. Then, Diane came out from the back room and Rachael starts thanking her for the help she gave Brady to pick out the perfect ring which she loves so much!