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Silver

A precious metal with the highest electrical conduction properties of any metal. It is used mainly in jewelry, photography, and for scientific and industrial purposes. It has been used as the basis for currencies in the past. Silver is traded as a commodity on various security exchanges. Like many precious metals, silver is volatile but generally maintains relatively high prices.
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It was established that the current strength of the chain in the process of plasma influence on silver nitrate solutions is a factor affecting the output of oxide compounds and the target product.
Silver nitrate burns following treatment for umbilical granuloma.
Coated implants were subjected for FTIR analysis to confirm the presence of polymer and silver nitrate on the SS 316L bone plate.
Unlike conventional treatment with 75% silver nitrate, which may cause peri-umbilical skin burns and cloth staining and need several applications and should be treated by physician, (10) in our study both copper sulphate and common salt does not have such complications and in our study we found that umbilical granuloma is curable with copper sulphate as well as common salt topical application with no complications in either group but for more number of applications, longer duration of treatment and higher recurrence or failure rate in infants with common salt applications.
This method tests for the presence of the free carbonyl group of the so-called reducing sugars remaining after the redox reaction between silver nitrate and alkali treated starch.
This culture medium was also used for the studies of the effect of the medium consistence and the silver nitrate test.
This study is related to compare electrocautery and chemical cautery with 50% silver nitrate in controlling anterior epistaxis.
The candle filter is a porous ceramic tube, also treated with silver nitrate.
Silver nitrate at concentration of 10-3 M was separately add-ed to the reaction vessels containing 50 mL of KP superna-tant solution in a 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask (pH adjusted to 8.
The analytical grade silver nitrate was purchased from Sigma Chemicals (Mumbai).
An RCT of 97 patients compared physician-applied silver nitrate with placebo after patients in each group received a 2% lidocaine swab.
In the 1720s a German physician, Johann Schulze (1687-1744) reported that a mixture of chalk and silver nitrate would darken if left in sunlight but not when it was heated.