Silver/copper conductivity as temperature rises?

I've only found one comment on the subject, that silver is slightly more conductive than copper at room temperature, but that its
resistivity rises to greater than copper at "elevated temperatures".
What is the temperature that silver becomes as resistive as copper?
If available, a link to a chart/graph would be appreciated. Let me know if I should post to a different group.
Thank you.
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Gave us:

Have a look in the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
Look at the element properties for Aluminum and for Copper and for Silver. You will find the answers to your questions in examining the physical properties of these elements.
Likely find the data on the web elsewhere as well.
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It's a shame that a student is too lazy to do "his" own work and has to ask a newsgroup for help.
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Just because you don't know the answer, troll, doesn't mean you have to shoot the questioner.
I guess you never need help, Eh troll?
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It's a shame that a student is too lazy to do "his" own work and has to ask a newsgroup for help.
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Seems to me you need help in learning how to turn the pages of a book
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An ignorant troll
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