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Silver

by, Emma and Grayce
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lis lab3

on 14 June 2013

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Silver
by, Emma and Grayce
silver can be used in many differnt ways
In bars or coins also in many docteroffices, and dentices. Silver is in jewlery too!
Silver's name comes
from germin
and hessien roots
the symbol
for Silver is AG
the reson silver is called AG
is because AG is an abreveation
for Argentum in which is the
latten root for silver
silver in the periodic table is in the transitional mettles headding
the atomic number for silver is 47 and the number for the protons,neutrons and electrons in the element.
the atomic mass for silver is 107.8682(2)
the melting point for silver is 430 F
THE BOILING POINT FOR SILVER IS 4013.6
silver was originaly found in germany
4 uses for silver are
coins,dinnerware,photogrophy,and jewlery
the reason why silver's symbol is AG is because AG is from the latin lanuge.
Silver objects have been found by archaeologists in Egypt dating back to 6000 B. C.
silver can be usesd in the dentist offices. Silver can be mixed at room temperature to create an alloy that is then used to fill cavities. The alloy sets within minutes, making it ideal for a location like the mouth where an alloy that takes hours to set is impractical
Websites where you found your information:

1. About.com
Silver objects have been found by archaeologists in Egypt dating back to 6000 B. C.
silver can be usesd in the dentist offices. __Silver can be mixed at room temperature to create an alloy that is then used to fill cavities. The alloy sets within minutes, making it ideal for a location like the mouth where an alloy that takes hours to set is impractical.
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