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Hello and welcome to CoreFacts, where we're always short on time and big on science. I'm Dane Klima.
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Now to today's CoreFact. Today's question is about sterling silver.
What is sterling silver?
Sterling silver is the standard of quality for articles containing 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper.
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Title: What is sterling silver?
Description: Listen to hear the answer.
Date Recorded: 9/3/2008
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