WANTED: SILVER

Salena Petluri

WANTED FOR:

  • Jewelry, silverware, coins
  • Solar panels, electronics, photography

A.K.A.

  • Anglo-Saxon word seolfor

DESCRIPTION: KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED

  • Atomic Mass- 107.868
  • Atomic Number- 47
  • Metal
  • Appears gray or silver (metallic shine)

WHO FIRST FOUND SILVER?

Scientists say it has been around since prehistoric times. But silver's discoverer's are not yet found.

LAST SEEN:

  • Delivering a silver iPhone 6 to Cadmium and Palladium.
  • Talking to a silversmith about a "deal".

KNOWN ASSOCIATES:

Forms mixtures/compounds with=

  • Iodine- used for cloud seeding and as an anitiseptic
  • Bromine- widely used in photographic films
  • Chlorine- used in photography and film
  • Sulfur- used for oxidizing
  • Oxygen- used for oxidizing
  • Nitrogen- forms silver-amide

WARNING!:

Silver's salts are extremely dangerous. Although silver itself is not hazardous in its purest form.

References:

  • Elements: Copper, Silver, and Gold. Danbury, CT: Grolier Educational, 1996. Print.