What Temperature Does Gold Melt At?


Answer:
Pure Gold melts at a temperature of 1064° C that is 1337.5801 K, 1947.9741° F. If gold ingots is alloyed with other elements like copper or silver for instance then the alloy will de-ice at different temperatures depending on its components. Its symbol is Au. Its atomic number is 79. Its atomic mass is 196.96. The number of protons and neutrons it has is 79 and 118 respectively. Its melting point is 2807.0° C (3080.15 K, 5084.6° F). It is a immensely malleable metal. It is very ductile. It is a comparatively soft metal. Its crystal structure is cubic.

Gold is one of the world's most precious metals. It is widely used to make jewellery of a mixture of kinds like earrings, bangles, bracelets, anklets and rings. Gold is also a good investment barring the marketplace fluctuations in its prices.
Comment: i would like to melt gold ingots at home if it is at all possible? i have a lot of jewelery. adjectives i have is a plumbers propane torch. can it work?
Answer: The melting point for gold i 1337.33 k (1064.18 C, 1947.52 F)


I hear that 14 karat gold melts at 1400 farenheight, the other part of it explicitly not gold is copper which melts at 1000 farenheight. I do not think a plumbers torch will work, a plumbers torch just is about 1000 farenheight.

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