Some electrical devices such as lighting switches, circuit boards used within cellphones, and even flat screen TVs have incorporated silver. It is used in the buttons of televisions, phones, microwave ovens and computer keyboards. Deemed for it's reliability as these switches and buttons endure millions of powering on / off cycles.
Silver oxide batteries have become very popular and are used frequently. They last approximately 40% longer than lithium batteries and produce higher power to weight ratios than their counterparts.
The silver chloride and colloidal found in certain personal deodorants have antimicrobial properties-used to delay the onset of bacteria that causes body odor. Perhaps it is used as a more natural alternative. Some people also use this alternative as a deodorizer for shoes, clothes etc.
The silver nitrate and and potassium nitrate found in caustic pencil have been used to remove warts and corns on the skin' surface. Silver compounds have also been used to make catheters and other medical devices.
Electroplated silver parts are use in various car's engine. The silver components are able to stand heat better. This improves the performance and lifespan of the car's engine.
Silver has been used for ages in the making of door handles. This has been a popular method for creating an antique finish. Precious and semi precious metals such as silver, copper and brass have been known to kill germs and prevent the growth of bacteria on these objects.
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