gold plate


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gold plate

[¦gōld ′plāt]
(metallurgy)
Gold which has been electroplated on a material in a thin layer of controlled thickness; used on electric contacts for corrosion resistance and solderability and on jewelry and oraments.
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Held in a dipped position near the surface of the gold plate, the tip occasionally attaches to the free end of a titin molecule.
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Features include a gold plate commemorating their 50th anniversary.
Hundreds of years before, Moroni buried the gold plates in the midst of battle to keep them safe.