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ANSWER: Like gold and copper, it is diamagnetic. See the link for more details.
No, silver is very similar to gold and is not magnetic. It does not turn magnetic on its own however in a magnetic field it magnetizes to a very little extent.
For the same reason that copper pipes and aluminum foil are not magnetic - silver is not a ferrous metal and has only very weak magnetic properties.
No. But they can to silver plated iron, nickel, steel.
No because silver is a diamagnetic material.
A magnet does not normally stick to silver. However a current of electricity passing through silver wire will produce a magnetic field around the wire. That electric field wou…ld have an effect on a magnet, the principle of a solenoid switch. Copper is usually used in such switches as it is cheaper but silver could be used.
No. Only a hand-full of metals can be magnetized, for example iron, nickel and cobalt.
"Find "Copycat" who lives in Saffron City and is located below the Magnet train. Enter the house and talk to her. She will tell you she lost her Favorite Doll. Go to Vermillio…n City and talk to the Guy next to the Clefairy. He will give you The Clefairy (Pokedoll). Go back to Saffron City and talk to Copycat again, this time she will Thank You and show you prove that that is her Pokedoll . She then gives you the Magnet Train Pass. "
no magnet cant attract silver
Nickel is a ferromagnetic material and magnetic. So, German silver (called also: nickel silver, argentan) is magnetic.
Probably not. You need a ferromagnetic material for a magnet to stick. There are basically three elements that are ferromagnetic: Cobalt [Co]; Nickel [Ni]; & Iron [Fe] (and s…ome esoteric ones too). If the metal alloy that has been plated with silver to make the "silver plate" has enough of these then a magnet will stick, of these, only Nickel is commonly a component of alloys that are plated but often not in concentrations that are sufficient to make it obviously magnetic.