Silver is an chemical element with an atomic number of 48 and the symbol Ag.
Silver is a metal. It is soft, ranking a Mohs hardness at 2.5. Silver is very unreactive and inert. Silver and gold are often thought to have high value, with the latter almost 75 times as expensive as the former.
|Phase at room temperature||Solid|
|Melting Point||961.78 °C|
|Boiling Point||2162 °C|
Silver has an atomic number of 48, meaning that it has 48 protons. As the most common stable isotope has a mass number of 107, silver has 59 neutrons as well.