It also has a very low reactivity. Silver is stable with both clean air and water, but it does have a reaction with halogens. When silver metal comes together with fluorine it reacts and creates silver fluoride , the chemical formula follows, Ag(s) + F2(g) → AgF2(s). The reason that your silverware may be turning a bit black and dull is because of another reaction. Silver reacts with the sulfur in the air and slowly begins to build a tarnish, this reaction is called silver sulfide (Ag2S). Silver does dissolve in concentrated sulphuric acid that had been heated up, as well in nitric acid.
What tools are used to find it? (7) In the old times silver miners did not have any technology to locate silver mines, but went with their geographical knowledge. Today we use a wide variety of softwares to compare data and try to locate areas that contain silver. Apart from this there's not many other things that could be found in detail about finding silver.
How is it mined, milled, and concentrated? (7, 8,