Compare Properties of Gold and Silver
Compare properties of Gold and Silver on the basis of their various characteristics & significance. Melting point of Gold is 1,064.43 °C whereas Silver's is 961.93 °C. At room temperature, the density of Gold is 19.30 g/cm3 and for Silver, it's 10.49 g/cm3. Refractive index of 1st metal is Not Available whereas 2nd is Not Available.
Other properties of Gold and Silver include its thermal, magnetic and electrical properties. Values for electrical resistivity are 2.20 nΩ·m for Gold and 15.87 nΩ·m for Silver. The electrical conductivity of former metal is 0.45 106/cm Ω and of latter is 0.63 106/cm Ω.