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How is silver made?
Question Date: 2013-04-03
Answer 1:

Silver is an element, it is not made by human hands; it exists on Earth from the death of massive stars called supernovae.

Silver is found in native form mixed with gold, and in ores containing sulfur, arsenic, antimony or chlorine. There are several processes used to extract silver from ores. If you want to see the way in which Silver is processed, please go to

silver

There you can scroll your screen until you find the title “Preparing the ore”. From this paragraph and beyond, you will learn the process to extract Silver.



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