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  • Silver is the whitest metallic element.
  • Silver is a chemical element with the symbol "Ag".
  • Silver is a soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it has the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
  • Silver has attracted man’s fascination for many thousands of years.
  • Silver is sought as a valuable and practical industrial commodity, as well as an appealing investment precious metal.
  • Silver was first obtained in sixteenth-century Mexico by a method called the patio process.
  • The most common mining method, underground mining is now only used domestically to recover lead, antimony and silver.
  • The recovery of silver from scrap film and spent photographic processing solutions is vital to conserving this valuable natural resource as well for monetary reasons.
  • Two techniques are commonly used to chloride Ag wire; soaking a clean wire in household bleach or electroplating a clean wire using a voltage source.
  • Two different electrochemical techniques (differential pulse voltammetry and flow injection analysis with electrochemical detection) were applied for the determination of silver ions.
    The most common recovery techniques used in micrographics are Metallic Replacement and Electrolytic Plating.
  • The major groups or categories of silver are industrial fabrications, jewelry, photography, and silverware.
  • It is used in the production of adhesives, dinnerware, mylar recording tape, and many other products.
  • It is also used in x-ray vacuum tubes and as material for bearings.
  • The largest silver producing countries are Mexico, Peru, the United States, Australia and Chile.
  • The demand for the supply of silver is something that is very fascinating to look at. Silver has a one of a kind demand makeup, which is very different from that of gold.
General Information
  • Information about Silver
  • The History of Silver
  • Silver Historical Background
  • Information about Silver Mining

Silver Mining Industry

  • Mining Company Alaska
  • Mining Company Canada
  • Mining Company Colorado
  • Mining Company Lasvegas
  • Mining Company USA
  • Mining Company Vancouver
  • Mining Company USA


  • Consultant from California
  • Consultant from Cambridge
  • Consultant from Massachusetts
  • Consultant from Oregon
  • Consultant from USA


  • Extraction of silver
  • Processing of Silver
  • Gelatin-silver process
  • Manufacturing process of Silver
  • Mining of Silver
  • Recovery of Silver


  • Selling leads of Silver
  • Tradeleads of Silver
  • Manufacturers of Silver
  • Suppliers of Silver


  • Some Unique Uses of Colloidal Silver
  • A Brief History of Silver and Silver Colloids in Medicine
  • Silver Uses
  • Use of Silver in Photography

Patent & Products

  • Method for production of a silver halide photographic light sensitive material
  • Production process of silver halide photographic emulsion and silver halide photographic light sensitive material
  • Silver recovery process
  • About Colloidal silver
  • Silver products



  • Kalum Silver project
  • Shafter Silver Project
  • Valterra Acquires B.C. Silver Project


  • Techniques for chloriding Silver wire
  • Analysis of silver ions by stationary and flow electrochemical techniques
  • Silver Recovery Techniques
  • Silver Solder Technique for Attachment of Leads to Strain Gages


  • Domestic production and use of Silver in 1999
  • Domestic Production and Use in 2000
  • Domestic production and use in 2001
  • Domestic production and use in 2002
  • Domestic production and use in 2003
  • Domestic production and use in 2004
  • Domestic production and use in 2005
  • Domestic production and use in 2006


  • Sea Change in Metal Mining
  • Supply Limitations and Emergent Demand Underpin Strong Performance
  • GFMS’ Interim Silver Market Review
  • The Silver Market in 2007
  • Market overview of Silver
  • Annual Average Silver Price
  • Silver mining in England and Wales
  • Santa fe Indian market standards
  • Long-Term Silver Mining Trends in Spanish America


  • A Review of the Chinese Silver Market
  • The Classification of the Nonferrous Metal Mining Industries
  • Mineral Industry Surveys
  • Domestic survey data  tables in 2006
  • Silver—Mineral Commodity Profiles
  • Silver Recycling in the United States
  • Domestic survey data  tables in 2003
  • Domestic survey data  tables in 2004
  • Domestic survey data  tables in 2005
  • Silver statistics
  • Silver Jewelry Report
  • Silver end use statistics
  • Silver Mining in The New World
  • World Silver Survey 2007
  • World Silver Survey 2008

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