What are the properties of silver metal in various industries?

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Silver as one of the seven ancient metals in most human cultures

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Silver as one of the seven ancient metals in most human cultures

Silver is a chemical element with the symbol Ag and atomic number 47. Silver is a soft, white, shiny transition metal with the highest electrical-thermal conductivity and metallic reflection. It is found in the earth's crust as a pure, free element, alloyed with Gold and other metals, and in Minerals such as argentite and chlorite. Silver is mostly produced as a by-product of the refining of copper, gold, lead, and zinc.

This metal has long been considered a precious metal and is sometimes used alongside gold in many coins. Although this metal is much more abundant in the market than gold, as a native metal it is less abundant than gold. This substance has played a lasting role as one of the seven ancient Metals in most human cultures. 

Silver is a very soft, flexible, malleable transition metal, although it is less malleable than gold. The metal crystallizes in the form of a cube-like lattice, and the metal alloys in silver are covalent and relatively weak. This metal has a shiny white metallic luster and is so distinct that the name of this metal has become a color. 

Unlike Copper and gold, the energy required to excite an electron from the d-band charged to the s-p band in silver is large enough (about 385 kJ / mol) to no longer correspond to the absorption in the visible region of the spectrum. Hence silver is not a colorful metal.
 

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