What is SILVER and its CompoundS?

Atomic weight, 108; sp. gr., 105; meltingpoint, 9605 degrees C. Silver occurs in nature in the metallic state and in combination in a number of minerals, including argentite or silver glance , in horn silver , and as silver sulphide associated with other metallic sulphides in fymrgyritt, stephanite, and pvoustite. The world

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