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** Gold **

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This article is about the metal. For the color, see Gold (color). For other
uses, see Gold (disambiguation).
"Element 79" redirects here. For the short story and anthology by Fred
Hoyle, see Element 79 (anthology).

Gold,  [79]Au
Gold-crystals.jpg
General properties
Name, symbol gold, Au
Appearance metallic yellow
Pronunciation /ˈɡoʊld/
/*GOHLD*/
Gold in the periodic table
Hydrogen (diatomic nonmetal) Helium (noble gas)Lithium (alkali
metal) Beryllium (alkaline earth metal) Boron (metalloid) Carbon
(polyatomic nonmetal) Nitrogen (diatomic nonmetal) Oxygen (diatomic
nonmetal) Fluorine (diatomic nonmetal) Neon (noble gas)Sodium (alkali
metal) Magnesium (alkaline earth metal) Aluminium (post-transition
metal) Silicon (metalloid) Phosphorus (polyatomic nonmetal) Sulfur
(polyatomic nonmetal) Chlorine (diatomic nonmetal) Argon (noble
gas)Potassium (alkali metal) Calcium (alkaline earth metal) Scandium
(transition metal) Titanium (transition metal) Vanadium (transition
metal) Chromium (transition metal) Manganese (transition metal) Iron
(transition metal) Cobalt (transition metal) Nickel (transition
metal) Copper (transition metal) Zinc (transition metal) Gallium
(post-transition metal) Germanium (metalloid) Arsenic (metalloid) Selenium
(polyatomic nonmetal) Bromine (diatomic nonmetal) Krypton (noble
gas)Rubidium (alkali metal) Strontium (alkaline earth metal) Yttrium
(transition metal) Zirconium (transition metal) Niobium (transition
metal) Molybdenum (transition metal) Technetium (transition
metal) Ruthenium (transition metal) Rhodium (transition metal) Palladium
(transition metal) Silver (transition metal) Cadmium (transition
metal) Indium (post-transition metal) Tin (post-transition metal) Antimony
(metalloid) Tellurium (metalloid) Iodine (diatomic nonmetal) Xenon (noble
gas)Caesium (alkali metal) Barium (alkaline earth metal) Lanthanum
(lanthanide) Cerium (lanthanide) Praseodymium (lanthanide) Neodymium
(lanthanide) Promethium (lanthanide) Samarium (lanthanide) Europium
(lanthanide) Gadolinium (lanthanide) Terbium (lanthanide) Dysprosium
(lanthanide) Holmium (lanthanide) Erbium (lanthanide) Thulium
(lanthanide) Ytterbium (lanthanide) Lutetium (lanthanide) Hafnium
(transition metal) Tantalum (transition metal) Tungsten (transition
metal) Rhenium (transition metal) Osmium (transition metal) Iridium
(transition metal) Platinum (transition metal) Gold (transition
metal) Mercury (transition metal) Thallium (post-transition metal) Lead
(post-transition metal)


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