Silver in Different Languages: The symbol Ag and the atomic number 47 is a chemical element silver. A sleek, pure, lustrous transition metal with the maximum electric permeability and thermal conductivity as well as the strongest reflectivity of any metal. The metal can be present in the earth’s crush in its original, non-elemental shape, as an alloy with gold and other elements, as well as minerals like chlorargyrite and argentite.
How to Say Silver in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word Silver|
|Chinese Simplified||银 (yín)|
|Chinese Traditional||銀 (yín)|
|Sesotho||+ ea silevera|
Silver was widely thought to have mystical powers in folklore; for instance, a silver cast is often the only tool that can battle a wolf, witch and other monsters. The standard sterling silver is 92.5% silver. The remainder is either steel or some alloy. It is used in jewelry and silver tableware with an appropriate look.
Silver is used to manufacture mirrors as it is the strongest visible light reflector available, even if it tarnishes with time. It is also used in dental alloys, brazing alloys, electronic and battery contacts. For the manufacturing of printed circuits, silver paints can be used. Because of their light sensitivity, silver bromide and iodide were significant in photographic history.
Silver Salts are still necessary to produce high quality pictures and to prevent illegal duplication even with the rise of digital photography.
Silver has antibacterial properties, and silver nanoparticles are used to inhibit the absorption of sweat and to remove disagreeable odor from bacteria in clothes. Silver threads can be used with touchscreen mobile phones in the fingertips of gloves.
In the ancient times silver coins were used and even now silver is very important in jewelry making. The silver color has a feminine power and has a partnership with the moon and formation of tides, fluidity and emotional sensitivity. It’s soothing, relaxing and cleaning.