A̱zurufa

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a̱zurufa
chemical element
Tafanoble metal, transition metal, period 5, precious metal Jhyuk
Yet kapperiod 5, group 11 Jhyuk
Byia̱ ta̱mfood additive Jhyuk
Á̱ ku nwuak a̱lyootwhite Jhyuk
A̱sa̱khwotsilver Jhyuk
Has effectsilver exposure Jhyuk
Time of discovery or invention5. millennium BCE Jhyuk
Element symbolAg Jhyuk
Fomula kemikatAg Jhyuk
Canonical SMILES[Ag] Jhyuk
NIOSH Pocket Guide ID0557 Jhyuk
Unicode character Jhyuk

A̱zurufa wu (á̱kpa a̱yaazurufa ba) yet a̱ngga kemikat wa; a̱ byia̱ a̱lama wu Ag (neet mi̱ Lati̱n argentum "a̱zurufa"), nang á̱ ku bwuo a̱ni neet mi̱ Proto-Ndo-Yurop *h₂erǵ ("a̱myemyiat, a̱sai")) ma̱ng la̱mba a̱tom 47. A̱ yet a̱lyilyiit, a̱sai, tswam gak-a̱shai ji̱ li ma̱ kyenkyai a̱ni, a̱ bu tyai cet nsaai ndong, cet ba̱ng shwai, ma̱ng cet mya̱ra̱m a̱ swak kuzang tswam.[1] Tswam ji shyia̱ a̱mami a̱byin Swanta kikya da̱ a̱za̱za̱rak, yet sa̱t kyang ("a̱zurufa byin-a̱byin"), nang á̱ ya̱mak ma̱ng a̱na-a̱shong mbeang tswám jhyang, a̱wot mi̱ a̱yaaminerat nang argentite ma̱ng chlorargyrite. A̱lyiak a̱zurufa yet zang weang a̱kpeap, a̱na-a̱shong, a̱da̱li̱ma, ma̱ng zing ja.

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  1. Poole, Charles P. Jr. (2004-03-11). Encyclopedic Dictionary of Condensed Matter Physics (in English). Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-08-054523-3.