While silver use has declined with the advent of digital photography it is still used for fine prints, motion pictures and other niche uses.
Silver in Jewellery
The jewllery market is undoutebdly one of the biggest consumers of Silver. Bringing about all of the qualities of gold to work with, silver can be polished incredibly easily. It’s often alloyed with copper - to make the metal more resilient. Silver chains, watches, rings and earrings can all be purchased.
Silver in Water Purification
Silver is used in water puriification filters and products - to prevent the buildup of dangerous bacteria and algae. Research has also shown that silver, when used with oxygen, can replace the use of chlorine.
Silver in Circuit Boards
The use of silver is used across printed circuit boards - connecting electricity across the boards. These boards are used in everything from house alarms, to commercial airliners.