Science of metals

All metals have unique qualities as well as scientific properties that makes them differ in certain industries as well as here on Earth. While there are many metals in existence today. Precious metals play an ever-important role in investing.

  • Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au and atomic number 79. Making it one of the higher atomic number elements that naturally occur in its purest form. It is a dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal.

  • Gold is a good conductor of heat and energy. Gold is unaffected by air and reagents, which provides gold with longevity as a metal.

  • Gold has many uses one being transforable, into a bar from jewellery, and from a bar to jewellery!

  • Gold has many industrial uses such as dentistry, conducting, electronics, medicine, gold leafs, aerospace, and currency!

  • Gold carries a boiling point of 2,700 °C

  • Silver is a chemical element with the symbol Ag and atomic number 47. Silver is highly ductile which makes it a popular metal for industrial needs.

  • Electrical applications like fibres as well as energy production utilize Silver as an important source for energy because it has the highest conductivity of any metal. Because of the less volatile nature of silver and its high tolerance and its high tolerance to air exposure, Silver is less likely to fade, tarnish or break down

  • Silver has a boiling point of 2,162 °C