Physical Descriptions, location on Periodic Table, and Neutrons,Electrons, and Protons
- Melting Point-1,763.2 degrees F.
- Boiling Point-3,923.6 degrees F.
- Metal/Non-Metal/Metalloid -Metal
- Group 11, Period 5
- There are 47 protons; 47 electrons, and 61 neutrons
- Weighs a total of 107.8682 AMU
- Atomic symbol is Ag
Silver Gray Hard 47protons 47electrons 61neutrons 107.8682AMU Ag Metal Group 11 Period 5 Producedbyheat Caves Mountains Mining Coins Jewelry Tools Statues Bulidings MeltingPoint1,763.2F. BoilingPoint3,923.6F.
When Discovered/First Produced Who Discovered/Who Produced Where It Can Be Currently Found/How Made
- Discovered in the middle of 5000 B.C. and 6000 B.C.
- Was never found by anyone
- It is produced by heat near the crust of the earth
- It might be found in caves, in the process of mining, and probably in the middle of a mountain.
2-Can be used to make jewelery
3-can be used to make buildings
4-can be used to make Statues
5-can be used to make tools
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