Ashley Williams Block 4
- Physical Properties: Gold is malleable, ductile, and metallic with yellow color if in a mass. It's melting point is 1062 degrees Celsius and it's boiling point is 2000 degrees Celsius.
- Chemical Property: Gold is non soluble.
- Where it can be found: Gold can be found on nearly every continent, but there's less gold than other elements.
- Common Compounds: Auric Chloride & Chlorauric acid
- Reactivity: Gold is a soft metal that is largely un reactive. Gold jewelry can lie underground for thousands of years and emerge shiny after lengthy exposure to air, water, and other chemicals in the environment. Dissolves in some solvents and reacts with halogens.
- Isotopes: 7
- Safety information: non toxic
To make a gold ring, the miller process is uses chlorine, which reacts with other metals leaving only gold, producing mostly fine gold and chloride.
This is gold in a mass
Similar process as making a ring
Gold goes back thousands and thousands of years. No one is sure who or what discovered it. Although it is old, it is one of the most malleable metals known to man. It also is very resistant to tarnish so it will last you a while. Gold is known for being a sign of wealth and beauty. Gold's beauty, scarcity, and unique density and the ease by which it could be melted, formed and measured makes it very valuable. Gold can be found on almost any continent, but it is found in very small amounts so it is rare. Making products out of gold can be sold for high prices since it is rare. Some products that could be made with gold are rings, earrings, golden teeth, necklaces, and some currency is made with gold.