Caption: Sample of the element silver (Ag) rotating in a watch glass. Silver has the atomic number 47, and is a soft, malleable, ductile transition metal, which has the highest thermal and electrical conductivity of all metal elements. In its elemental form is is relatively soft, and has a melting point of 962 degrees Celsius. Its applications and uses include jewellery (as a precious metal), utensils, coins, electronics, and mirrors.

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Silver pellets

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