Matt Wolfe Block 3
Chemical Properties- Melting point is 1062 degrees Celsius, Atomic number is 79, Isotopes 7.
Where it is found- Gold is found all throughout the land and sea but mostly on the slopes of hills or mountains.
Uses- Gold is used in many things like jewelry, electronics, and sometimes drugs.
Common Compounds- Sulfate, phosphate
Re-activity- Gold is a soft metal and largely nonreactive
This is gold after it is purified and melted down and shaped into gold bars
This is gold right when it is found in the earths crust
Gold being electrocuted
when gold is electrocuted it starts to turn purple