Silver is used to make all kinds of household electronic items, and is commonly found in electrical contacts within switches and relays. In the past, electricians have made a fortune off these silver contacts since they can be worth more than a silver necklace or bracelet.
While electrical contacts, or the points in an electrical circuit that connect wire to complete the circuit and make it work, are often made out of all different kinds of silver, the most common are coin silver, fine silver, and silver nickel. Coin silver is the most common because it is less costly than fine silver but still gets the job done. Fine silver is less common, due to the high cost, but can still be found in appliances, cars, airplanes and industrial products. Lastly, silver nickel usually contains between 85-95% silver and is the main ingredient in circuit breakers and switching devices.
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