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White Gold vs. Yellow Gold: What's the Difference?

 

White Gold vs. Yellow Gold What's the Difference

Yellow Gold

Gold generally means yellow gold, and it is one of the precious metal elements, and it is chemically denoted by the symbol Au, and it takes an atomic number in the periodic table is 79. Peoples in the form of a monetary unit, and it is also used in the jewelry industry, and it can be found in nature in the form of grains in the bottoms Rivers and rocks, and gold is often found accompanied by copper and lead.

 

 

Properties

1.      Yellow gold is an octagonal element that can be crystallized.

2.     It is in the form of irregular plates.

3.     The specific gravity of gold ranges between 15.6-19.3.

4.     Classified from ductile and ductile metals.

5.     The degree of yellowing varies with the percentage of silver mixed with it.

6.     Easily soluble as it melts at a temperature of 1063 ° C.

7.      Insoluble in acids and regia water.

 

 

Uses

The precious metal of gold is used in a number of uses for its unique properties such as ductility, ductility, methods, ease of formation and corrosion resistance, so gold has become popular in use, as is the case in the jewelry industry and medical uses such as the manufacture of gold teeth and treatment of bone infections with gold solution and the treatment of some types of gold. Cancer in radioactive gold, finally investing in bullion.

 

 

White Gold

There are conflicting opinions and opinions about whether white gold is the same as platinum, but some opinions indicate that white gold is not gold at all, but rather a platinum metal, and it is considered more expensive than yellow gold, but there is a similarity between it and yellow gold in terms of properties. White gold is classified as into two types:

White gold: which is extracted as a result of mixing gold with other metals such as copper, palladium and silver, and the provisions of gold and silver are applied to it in proportion to the formation of each of these metals within white gold.

Platinum, and it is not considered gold at all, so the provisions of yellow gold and silver do not apply to it.

 

 

The difference between white and yellow gold

The difference between white and yellow gold lies in the type of alloy used to make them, as well as the purity or karat of the gold. It is noteworthy that white gold is yellow gold to which other metals such as palladium, nickel, zinc and silver have been added to become white and distinctive, and it needs rhodium plating unlike yellow gold that does not need to be painted. White gold is more expensive than yellow gold because of the addition of rhodium, which gives it durability and strength.

 

 

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