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Element Description

Known since ancient times, it is believed man was separating silver from lead as early as 3000 B.C. Pure silver is a lustrous, white metal, more ductile and malleable than any other metal, excluding gold. Silver is the best reflector of visible light known until air causes it to tarnish. In pure air and in water, it is stable. Silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals.

Property Name Property Value Property Name Property Value
Atomic Code (47Ag107.86828) Atomic Volume 10.3W/D
CAS # 7440-22-4 First Ionization Energy 17.5K-cal/g-mole
Electronegativity 1.9Pauling's
Melting Point 961.8°C Covalent Radius 1.34Angstroms
Boiling Point 2210°C Electrical Resistivity @ 20°C 1.63µΩ-cm
Density 10.5g/cm3 Crystal Structure Cubic, face centered
Themal Conductivity @ 0°C 1.0cal/cm2/cm/s/°C Lattice Constant 4.086
Specific Heat @ 25°C 0.056cal/g°C Thermionic Work Function 3.09-4.31eV
Heat of Fusion 25cal/g Modulus of Elasticity @ 30°C 10.6x106psi
Heat of Vaporization 565cal/g Tensile Strength (annealed) 25,000psi

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