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pure (99.9% minimum purity); sterling (7.5% copper); various alloys; plate; ingot; bullion; moss; sheet; wire; powder; and single crystals.
Silver is mainly used in jewelry manufacturing; electric conductors and electronical equipment manufacturing; mirror production; catalysts; water purification; solar cells; special batteries; surgical cements; metal alloys; medicine/dental uses; and as photographic chemical.
silver nitrate.
  • Silver rich ores (refining, cyanidation/reduction)
  • Copper/nickel anodic slimes/mud (sulfating roast process/hydrometallurgical refining; silver is recovered as a byproduct)
  • Lead bullion (pyrometallurgical refining), Parkes process/Betterton-Kroll process)
  • Lead bullion (electrochemical refining)
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Silver is a metallic element, with atomic number 47, a transition metal, member of group 11 of the periodic table. Silver is among the earliest metals worked by humans, since it can be found in its native state in nature, with records dating back to 4,000 B.C.E in Egypt. Silver is known to be mined and extracted since 500 B.C.E in Greece, with production growing rapidly in modern times, after the discovery of large mines in the 1700s and 1800s. The metal has the highest known electrical and thermal conductivity and the second-highest thermal reflectivity of any metal, as well as high oxidant power, great ductility and malleability, making silver a very versatile material.
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Chart Description. Intratec provides Silver prices in several countries, as follows:

  • United States Flag United States: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom: London Afternoon fixing, 99.9% refined (1)
  • China Flag China: spot price, ex-works, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • India Flag India: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Saudi Arabia Flag Saudi Arabia: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Brazil Flag Brazil: import price, CIF, encompassing all commercial grades (1)
  • Morocco Flag Morocco: export price, FOB, encompassing all commercial grades (1)

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  • Forecast: Estimates of what Intratec considers to be the most probable scenario for the upcoming months, as of the date such forecasts are updated.

About Silver. Silver is a metallic element, with atomic number 47, a transition metal, member of group 11 of the periodic table. Silver is among the earliest metals worked by humans, since it can be found in its native state in nature, with records dating back to 4,000 B.C.E in Egypt. Silver is known to be mined and extracted since 500 B.C.E in Greece, with production growing rapidly in modern times, after the discovery of large mines in the 1700s and 1800s. The metal has the highest known electrical and thermal conductivity and the second-highest thermal reflectivity of any metal, as well as high oxidant power, great ductility and malleability, making silver a very versatile material.

Commercial Grades. pure (99.9% minimum purity); sterling (7.5% copper); various alloys; plate; ingot; bullion; moss; sheet; wire; powder; and single crystals.

Uses. Silver is mainly used in jewelry manufacturing; electric conductors and electronical equipment manufacturing; mirror production; catalysts; water purification; solar cells; special batteries; surgical cements; metal alloys; medicine/dental uses; and as photographic chemical.

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Raw Materials & Production Processes.

  • Silver rich ores (refining, cyanidation/reduction)
  • Copper/nickel anodic slimes/mud (sulfating roast process/hydrometallurgical refining; silver is recovered as a byproduct)
  • Lead bullion (pyrometallurgical refining), Parkes process/Betterton-Kroll process)
  • Lead bullion (electrochemical refining)

Derivatives. silver nitrate.

Chemical Formula. Ag

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