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Leelz Gosper

on 12 June 2013

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Gold Down Under By Leela Gosper Gold is a chemical element which is dense, soft, shiny and malleable. On the periodic table the symbol for gold is Au.
Gold can be melted at a temperature of
1,064 °C and be boiled at a temperature of 2,856 °C. Where can you find gold in Australia? Gold can be found in Bendigo, Ballerat and Ararat in Victoria. In NSW Gold can be found in the Blue Mountains mostly in Bathurst. In QLD it can be found in Rockhampton, Cooktown and Gympie. Halls Creek, Kalgoorlie, Coolgardi, Leonora in Western Australia. In South Australia it can be found in Echunga and the Barossa Gold Fields. In Victoria it can be found in Beaconsfield and surrounding areas in the north west of the island. Finally in the Nothern Territory it can be found East of Alice Springs, Adelaide River and Tennant Creek. How is Gold formed? Bathurst Gold Fields Gold was discovered in Bathurst in 1851. Bathurst became one of the earliest Australian settlements. Did you like my Prezi? The End!! Thanks for watching my first Prezi!! Properties of Gold During the forming of Earth, molten iron sank to its centre to make the core. This took with it the majority of the planet's precious metals -- such as gold and platinum. There are enough precious metals in the core to cover the entire surface of Earth with a four-metre thick layer.
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