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Argention

Silver forms a colourless, univalent ion. Its electrochemical equivalent in milligrams per coulomb is given as 1.1172, 1.1180, 1.11827, 1.11829, 1.1183, and 1.1193. In the potential series the metal occupies a position intermediate between mercury and platinum. In correspondence with its low electroaffinity it exhibits a strong tendency to form complex ions. The ionic conductivity of silver at 18° C. is 54.0, and at 25° C. 63.4.
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