||It is a technology of extracting metal by chemical methods, to extract metals from the mineral ores. Sometimes, they are called alchemy too.
||It is a process of removing impurtities in the gold by two most common methods which are Miller process and Wohlwill process.
||It is the process of extracting metal from ore by using high pressure, heat and chemicals. Smelting gold involves high-technology and high cost tools to perform.
||Bullion is physical gold, silver or other precious metals in the form of bars, ingots or specialized coins that is said to maintain its value.
||LBMA is London Bullion Market Association. An international trade association representing the global bullion market and defines itself as “global authority on precious metals”.
||Yellow gold (jewellery)
||Yellow gold is the purest form in gold and for jewellery, it is made into alloy which contains pure gold, zinc and copper.
||White gold (jewellery)
||White gold is an alloy that mixed with palladium or nickel to give the colour silver or platinum.
||Rose gold (jewellery)
||Rose gold is an alloy that mixed with approximately 25% of copper which gives the pinkish colour. Sometimes, known as pink gold.
||It is a gold measurement. It measures the fineness (purity) of gold. It is spelled Carat outside of United States.
||Alloy is an admixture of metal or a metal combined with one or more elements. For example, gold and copper produces yellow gold.
||Troy ounce is a unit of measure used to weighing precious metals that dates back to old days. One troy ounce is equal to 31.1g.
||A yellow-orange fuming liquid that can dessolve the moble metal gold and platinum. It is used to dissolved gold which used in industrial products such as circuit boards.
||Gold is a chemical element with the symbol which comes from Latin word “aurum”. Au seal maybe found in some white gold jewelleries.
||The modern Islamic gold dinar is a projected bullion coin and first issued in AH 77. The wieght of the dinar is 1 mithqal (4.25 grams).
||Precious metals are rare, naturally occuring metallic chemical of high economic value. Gold, silver, platinum and palladium each have an ISO 4217 currency code.
||Gold tooth is a form of dental prosthesis where the vissible part of tooth is replaced with a prosthetic molded from gold.
||Gold plated means jewellery made of a base metal such as copper or silver that has a very thin layer of gold applied to the top.
||Gold filled means jewellery is made by taking one or more sheets of solid gold and wrapped them around a base metal inder intense pressure.
||It means gold plated sterling silver or fine silver, It is regular old plating except the underlying metal is silver instead of a base metal.
||It is gold fragment weathered out of an original lode. Nuggets are usually K20 to K22 in purity