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# What does G Silver means on a pearl neckless?

Updated: 9/13/2023

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GSilver on the clasp is a sign that it is gilded silver (plated) There are a number of pieces on eBay described as such.

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### When 4.00 g of silver reacts with 4.00 g of sulphur what mass of silver sulfide is produced?

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