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how could you determine if a silver liquid was hg or melted ag?

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why is sea water more dense than fresh water?
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Default Re: how could you determine if a silver liquid was hg or melted ag?

A coin will float on liquid Hg while it will sink on melted Ag.
Another obvious test is to use a thermometer! Melted Ag would have to be at a much higher temperature than liquid Hg.

Seawater contains salt which is more dense than water.
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