gold oxide

gold oxide

[′gōld ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Au2O3 Water-insoluble, heat-decomposable, brownish-black powder; soluble in hydrochloric acid; used to gild, in medicine and porcelain, and for daguerreotypes. Also known as auric oxide; gold trioxide.
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'Our first drill program at the California prospect resulted in the discovery of a large, well mineralized gold oxide zone hosted by a strongly altered and brecciated quartz feldspar porphyry intrusion.
"This set of results consists of the initial, preliminary testing of a strike-length of up to just 300 metres of the sulphide gold mineralisation that is believed to lie underneath the 2,000 metre-long gold oxide zone previously identified at the Selin prospect," Forster continued.
In addition, the increase in the rate of the production of these nanostructures and reducing the production cost will be possible due to the high accuracy and sensitivity of the method in the creation of gold nanoparticles and the prevention of formation of gold oxide during and after the process.
Guangzhou, China, June 02, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Drilling in widely separated intervals, gold oxide was revealed in a variety of intersections at the El Transito site.
Ideal for drilling in wood and plastic, these SKIL drill bits feature a gold oxide finish for durability and speed.
Rio Alto said that it intends to bring La Arena Gold Oxide Project into production during 2010 and to use cash flow from production to further develop its assets in Peru.
The lustre glaze was achieved by dissolving gold oxide in acid and mixing with turpentine and linseed oil.
Then she chemically reduced the gold oxide formed on the surface with ascorbic acid, and she produced a gold electrode with nanometric pores.