Uses, Compounds, and Isotopes
-Electrical Conductors and contacts
107Ag and 109Ag are the two most common and stable isotopes found with silver.
Silver is worth about $19.00 an ounce.
Silver is found mainly in Mexico, China, the US, Peru, and Canada.
Silver Eagle coins are worth $18.00 each.
Silver has an atomic number of 47. It's normal atomic mass is 107.87 and is considered a transition metal. Silver has the highest electrical conductivity of any element, and also the highest thermal conductivity of any metal. It is also the mot reflective, or shiny, metal on Earth.
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