Amazing facts of Silver

  • The chemical symbol of silver is Ag, which is derived from the Latin word argentum, the word argentum comes from the Sanskrit word argunas (Argunus). This shows that the Hindus knew about silver long back.
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  • Silver is the best conductor of electricity. It has been made the basis for measuring the conductivity of other elements. Silver is ranked 100 on the element’s conductivity scale, which ranges from 0 to 100. Copper is ranked 97th and gold is ranked 76th.
  • Silver is the most flexible metal after gold. Two and a half kilometer long fine wire can be made of just 29 grams of silver. But 29 grams of gold wire will be more than 8 kilometers long.
  • Silver has the ability to convert 95% of light. It is greater than all the elements. For this reason, silver is used to make high-quality glasses, telescopes, microscopes and solar panels.
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  • More than four languages ​​have the same word for the words ‘silver’ and ‘money’.
  • Silver is used to make an acid which is used in cloud seeding. Cloud seeding is a technique that is used to provide early rainfall and control cyclones.
  • Silver is used for decoration of food items especially sweets. There is no harm if silver particles enter the human body. Silver has the ability to destroy germs.
  • Silver was more valuable than gold in ancient Egypt and Middle Europe.
  • At present, only the countries of New World produce silver mostly. Mexico is the largest producer of silver in North America, followed by Peru.
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  • Many people consider wearing silver beneficial. They believe that silver is not only a surefire way to get firmness, peace and restraint, but silver also enhances beauty.
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