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GOLD

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Alannys Marie Matos

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GOLD
by: Alannys Marie Matos 3B
Chemistry Project
11/4/16
Atomic Mass?
The atomic mass for
Gold
is "
196.96657
"
Melting point and boiling point?
Melting point for
Gold
is
"
1064.18 °C
"

Boiling point for
Gold
is
"
2856 °C
"
Classification: metal, nonmetal, or metalloid?
The classification for
Gold
is "metal".
Chemical
Symbol?



Atomic number?


The chemical symbol for
Gold
is "
Au
"
Number of protons?


Number of neutrons in each common isotope?
The number of protons is "
79
"
The atomic number for
Gold
is "
79
"
The number of isotope is "
1
"
Naturally found as: a solid, liquid, or a gas?
Gold
is naturally found as a "solid"
What color is the element?



Where can it be found on Earth?

My element color is "
golden yellow"
Gold
is found throughout the
earth and sea
but there are natural spots where we can recover much higher concentrations of this
yellow metal
.
What common objects is it found in?
Jewelry box
Smoke detectors
Old reading glasses
There’s gold in some photographic toners.

What are some common uses?
Jewelry
Dentistry and Medicine
Medals and Awards

Who, when, & how it was discovered?
James W. Marshall discovered Gold on January 24, 1848, he saw something shiny in Sutter Creek near Coloma, California. He had discovered gold unexpectedly while overseeing construction of a sawmill on the American River.
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