silver, it produces 1/3 of the worlds silver
Silver is classified as a precious metal, like gold. If the silver occurs as a free element in nature, it is mineral. If it occurs as part of other minerals such as lead, copp…er and gold, it is non mineral. The above answer is not entirely correct. The last sentence is not quite correct. Silver is an element found on the periodic chart. It is a mineral when it fulfills the 4 requirements to be a mineral. Those are: 1. it has to be made by nature 2. it has to have a crystal structure 3. it has to have a chemical formula 4. it cannot be made by man or plant or animal So even if it occurs as a part of other minerals, it is still a mineral if it occurs naturally. When silver and gold crystallize together it is called Electrum. They are both still considered minerals in this mixture. If someone takes natural silver and melts it an lets it cool and it makes a crystal it would not be a mineral. Since it only fills 3 of the requirements to be a mineral it is no longer made by nature but by a human so it is not natural. If the element silver combines with other elements naturally and fulfills the other 3 requirements for being a mineral it becomes an ore of silver. There are about 214 minerals that contain silver as one of its elements in the chemical formula. The most important one is called Acanthite or Argentite which is silver sulfide. It consists of 2 silver atoms which have hooked together with one sulfur atom. It is 87 percent silver by weight.
a lot of many areas in mexico produce petroleum but the biggest petroleum (oil) reserve is in the town of Tuxpan on the Gulf coast of Mexico.
Hawaii has been regarded as the agriculture "testing plot" of the United States. With its practically year round growing season, abundant rainfall and amendable soils,it is ve…ry easy to cultivate a multitude of crops. This is why it has been used by large seed corn companies to test out their new products. Rather than generating one crop of seed per year, they are able to pump out three per year, reducing time to market. The biggest issues include a lack of significant day length changes and temperature changes that some crops require in order to tuber, flower, etc. Another issue is the size of the state significantly reduces growing potential.
Mexico is by far the largest producer of silver in the world, with 128.6 million ounces. Zambia had a production of 193,000 ounces during the year 2000 (last recorded).
Yes, milk can be produced in almost all countries.
Most of it is sold or exported to several companies in and out of Mexico for industrial purposes -- for example, radiofrequency connectors. A small portion is sold for jewelry… and silverware, and an even smaller portion is used to mint silver coins known as "Plata Libertad" coins.
I Believe there's only one.
The northern region of Mexico; specifically the state of Zacatecas.
it is mineral because it is our teasure
70 million American cars were produced in Mexico each year.
All of them can be found in Mexico. What varies though, is the concentration of such minerals. For example, Mexico's mining industry extracts more than 152 million ounces of s…ilver per year (ranked 1st worldwide), but it produces less than 43.2 kilograms (95.2 lb) of ytterbium per year.
Some 2 million barrels of oil per day (2009).
The northern state of Sonora, bordering both Arizona and the Gulf of California, produces 80.6% of Mexico's total refined copper production of 33,890 tonnes for 2011. The rema…ining production is concentrated on the also northern states of Zacatecas (7.9%), San Luis Potosi (4.7%) and Chihuahua (2.5%).