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Some percentage of alloyed is mixed with silver to make sterling silver jewelry. What is the name of this alloyed ?
A stamp of 915 on jewelry usually refers to the jewelry containing 91.5 percent silver mixed with 8.5 percent of another alloy. This alloy is usually copper. This stamp can also appear on both silver and gold-plated silver jewelry.
This just means the percentage of a particular metal in the jewelry piece, usually silver or platinum. Marked 900 means there is 90% pure silver or platinum mixed with other alloys, as pure silver is very soft, and cannot be used for making jewelry pieces or anything else, without another metal to give it strength, such as copper.
Pure silver is not a viable crafting material in most jewelry. As such it is generally mixed with copper in a 92.5% to 7.5% ratio. .925 is generally known as "sterling" silver. As it's the purest you can get, and still use in jewelry.
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Depends on what you need it for. Silver is a great metal to work with but cannot stand alone if you want it to stand the test of time as a material object. That is why a large percentage of silverware is sterling silver or at least a silver alloy. Sterling silver is silver mixed with another metal, usually copper, that helps strengthen silver's overall durability without taking away its color and shine. Sterling silver is great for jewelry, artisan craft, etc. Silver is often used for mirrors, medals, etc.
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This is a common problem for people who like silver jewelry. Silver almost in every instance has small amounts of nickel mixed in it for bonding purposes, most people will have allergic reactions to this.
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Silver is too soft to use in jewelry in its 100% form and it has to be mixed with another metal to make it stronger.92.5 also reffered to as solid silver means that it has a silver content of 92.5% the remaining metal is the one that makes the silver hard enough to make into Jewelry. Sorry but 925 does not mean "pure silver" it means it is Sterling Silver. Pure silver is marked 999, meaning 99.9% purity. 925 means it has 92.5% purity, and 7.5% another alloy. Coin silver used in our pre-1965 circulating silver coinage is 900, or 90% pure, which also means silver doesn't have to have another alloy mixed with it to be hard enough to use. Even pure 999 silver is hard enough to make jewelry with as many countries (including the USA) mint large coins using 99.9% pure silver that hold up well.62.5 Silver means it has a silver content of 62.5% in this form it cannot be called solid silver as it has 30 plus % of an alloy in it.
no. pure gold is too malable to be used in jewelry so it is mixed with other metals making it a hetrogeneous mix
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If gold wasn't mixed with other metals the jewelry would be too soft to wear.
Having worked in Jewelry factories..the main component metal is copper of which silver is plated onto it. Other metals are white metal or brass. Sometimes nickel. Nickel silver is plated on white metal and gold plate on brass or copper mixed alloys.
Pure gold is quite soft. It is mixed with other metals to form an alloy for making jewelry. Often this is nickel and copper
Pure gold is too soft, even to be used for medals.
Tungsten is heavy and fragile . Pure tungsten metal should be in dark grey color, tungsten metal usually use in industrial for filament and making steel. Another important part for tungsten is the tungsten carbide, usually use in jewelry. Tungsten carbide jewelry are in bright silver color, it's made from the 85.7 tungsten carbide and together mixed titanium.
92.5% silver mixed with 7.5% copper is sterling silver. In jewelry it is usually marked 925. Any other mark such as 555 or the very misleading .925, instead of 925, is not sterling. The remainder of metal in the mix, in sterling, is primarily copper. Silver mixed with copper is an alloy. Silver mixed with gold is also an alloy, called Electrum and occurs naturally. Any solid combinations of metals, two or more, is an alloy. Ti and copper is an alloy called bronze. Most alloys are not two pure metals, there are usually, almost always, other trace elements in the mix.
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Silver is an element, it is not mixed with anything else.
Metals like copper and silver are added to gold by a goldsmith to make jewelry harder as gold in its pure form is soft, technically in liquid form. Adding metals, also makes gold cheaper and more affordable.