Throughout history, silver has been one of the most coveted elements, but the very basic properties of silver render it nearly impossible to activate its magnetic moment. In fact, silver is not magnetic because it contains diamagnetic atoms, also found in gold, lead, and copper. This means that diamagnetism will make an object create a magnetic field in opposition to an external magnetic field. The diamagnetism of silver follows according to Lenz's Law, which states, "An induced current is always in such a direction as to oppose the motion or change causing it." Only under very low heat has silver ever displayed magnetic properties, albeit weak magnetic properties, creating the possibility to stimulate the magnetic moment in this element.
Paramount Discoveries found the rare frequency to stimulate magnetism in carbon, which led to the discovery of the frequency to stimulate magnetism in silver. This discovery also challenges what was previously thought about the physical mechanisms of activating the magnetic moment in silver and similar elements that currently are not magnetic. It also creates opportunities to be applied in technologies previously never considered.
In 2010, 487 million ounces of silver were used for industrial applications. 167 million ounces were consumed in the jewelry market, 50 million ounces were used in the silverware market and more than 101 million ounces were used in coins and medals. This metallic element is demanded because silver has a number of unique properties including its strength, malleability, its electrical and thermal conductivity, its sensitivity to and high reflectance of light among other factors. Its unique properties are also restricted for substitution in most applications.
Understanding the process behind EMFT extends opportunities to the scientific community to unlock the magnetic properties of similar elements. Activating the magnetic moment in elements also creates new ways to change how we construct, develop and manipulate such elements and presents unlimited possibilities to improve how these elements are used.
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