gold (Q897)

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chemical element with symbol Au and atomic number 79; yellow-colored precious metal
  • Au
  • Aurum
  • element 79
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gold
chemical element with symbol Au and atomic number 79; yellow-colored precious metal
  • Au
  • Aurum
  • element 79

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Gold-crystals.jpg
4,788 × 3,102; 3.75 MB
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196.96657±0.0000005 dalton
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Standard Atomic Weights of 14 Chemical Elements Revised (English)
20 March 2021
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unknown value
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79
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45,200,000 ampere per volt metre
20 degree Celsius
318±1 watt per metre kelvin
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25.418 joule per mole kelvin
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1,064.18 degree Celsius
5,378 degree Fahrenheit
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2,940 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
2,030 metre per second
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3
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47,784.69 euro
1 kilogram
25 March 2020
120 megapascal
20 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
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79 gigapascal
20 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
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78 gigapascal
20 degree Celsius
0.4
20 degree Celsius
1 standard atmosphere
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Tag:resource=gold
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Gold
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Gold
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Identifiers

1 troy ounce
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27 December 2018
Gold (English)
CAS no.: 7440-57-5 (English)
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28 December 2019
CI 77480 (English)
CAS no.: 7440-57-5 (English)
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gold-compounds
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