The improbability of finding pure silver grains in nature made us think that locating them must be fiction. This precious metal is usually found hybridised with gold, copper, lead or zinc. Silver is impure, but humans make it pure. Its name refers to its reflection and essence of colour. Argentum is a mirror.
forty-seven protons in the nucleus
one hundred and seven point eight six eight grams per molecule
ten point five grams per cubic centimetre
ten point three cubic centimetres per molecule in an atom
two thousand two hundred and twelve degrees Celsius to boil
three point two five Mohs of resistance
face-centred cubic crystals
five shells per atom
relatively abundant in the solar system:
minus zero point three one three L.O.G.
minus one point two L.O.G. in the earths crust