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- Golden Repair: Gold can repair broken structures by applying a kind of gold lacquer.
- Gold doubles as a native element and mineral.
- It has a chemical composition of Au, an isometric crystal system, and a hardness of 2½ - 3.
- Gold is a precious metal.
- It's resistant to chemical attack and workability.
- The metal has a low melting point: 1945 degrees Fahrenheit (1063 degrees Celsius).
- It is considered a conductive metal.
- Gold is less chemically reactive than other metals.
- Finding ores of gold are considerably rare.
- Gold occurs in hydrothermal quartz veins deposited by ascending solutions, disseminated particles through some sulfide deposits, and in placer deposits.
- Gold is one of the first minerals used by prehistoric cultures.
- This metal is used as a standard for international currency, jewelry, electronics, dentistry, and in photographic processes.
- Throughout history, gold has been a symbol of wealth.
- Among other metals, gold is used in a process called Kintsugi or "golden repair". It's the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum.
- As of 2009, it's estimated humans have mined around 160000 tonnes of gold.
- The origin of the name gold cognates with similar words in many Germanic languages: "gehl" or "jehl", meaning "to shine", "to gleam", or "to be yellow or green".
- The element abbreviation comes from the Latin name once used for this mineral. "Aurum" meaning "dawn" or "shining dawn".
- Metaphysically, gold is considered a master healer. It can balance energy fields and act as an amplifier to other gems.
- Gold brings wealth, happiness, stress relief, and good feelings.
- I can represent spirituality, understanding, and learning of nature.