What Is the Atomic Mass of Silver?


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The atomic mass of silver is 107.8682, according to Jefferson Lab. Silver has an atomic number of 47 and is element Ag on the periodic table.

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What Is the Atomic Mass of Silver?
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Silver has a melting point of 1,234.93 Kelvin and a boiling point of 2,435 Kelvin. It is a metal that is solid at room temperature and has a density of 10.501 grams per cubic centimeter. Silver was named from the Anglo-Saxon term "seolfor." It has been used for more than 5,000 years and can be found today in silver ores and in deposits of lead, gold and copper ores. Silver is the best known reflector of visible light.

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