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*  Nanopillar
Lastly, a small amount of gold is added to the pores to catalyze the reaction for the growth of the semiconductor material. ...
*  Mining in Brazil
... of gold between 1826 and 1856. In 1988 Brazil was the 5th largest gold producer in the world. Brazil mined iron, gold, tin, ... Discovery of first gold rush in 1690s, gold discoveries made in streams not far from present day city of Belo Horizonte. In ... Brazil Gold Rush Gold mining in Brazil Conjunto de ruínas do Gongo Soco (in Portuguese), IEPHA: Instituto Estadual do ... Over half a million African slaves were shipped to work in the gold mines. The Gongo Soco gold mine, operated by the Imperial ...
*  Organogold chemistry
Gold cyanide compounds (MAu(CN)2) are of some importance to gold cyanidation, a process for the extraction of gold from low- ... Binary gold halides and simple complexes, including gold(I) chloride, gold(III) chloride, and chloroauric acid, have been ... Gold is an attractive metal to use because of its stability against oxidation and its variety in morphology for instance gold ... In general gold(III) compounds are toxic and therefore less studied than gold(I). Monoarylgold(III) complexes are one well- ...
*  Sodium aurothiomalate
... (INN, known in the United States as gold sodium thiomalate) is a gold compound that is used for its ... Along with an orally-administered gold salt, auranofin, it is one of only two gold compounds currently employed in modern ... I. Human plasma and synovial fluid concentration and urinary excretion of gold during and following treatment with gold sodium ... The use of gold salts was then a controversial treatment and was not immediately accepted by the international community. ...
*  Silver standard
The United States changed over to gold de facto in the same year, and over the next 35 years, all other nations changed to gold ... However the fixed rate of gold to silver overvalued silver in relation to the demand for gold to trade or borrow from England. ... Following the Napoleonic Wars, the United Kingdom introduced the gold sovereign coin and formally adopted a gold standard in ... In 1873, Imperial Germany changed over to the gold standard in conjunction with the new gold mark coin. ...
*  Colloidal gold
Gold nanorods are being investigated as photothermal agents for in-vivo applications. Gold nanorods are rod-shaped gold ... Sodium borohydride, a harsh reagent, is used to reduce the gold ions to gold metal. The gold ions usually come from chloroauric ... on gold clusters and further reduction of gold salt ions on the surfaces of these gold clusters for the growth of gold ... gold potion, or two treatments of potable gold). The book introduces information on the formation of colloidal gold and its ...
*  Molecular self-assembly
These DNA structures have also been used as templates in the assembly of other molecules such as gold nanoparticles and ...
*  Fluorescent glucose biosensor
Sensors have been made using QD as Fret donors and a small molecule or gold nanoparticle (dark quencher) as acceptors. An ...
*  Polyvalent DNA gold nanoparticles
... are colloidal gold whose surface is modified with thiol capped synthetic DNA sequences. They ... Due to the strong interaction between gold and thiols (-SH), a single monolayer of DNA around the gold particle can be obtained ... Gold nanoparticles can either be purchased or synthesized from a variety of methods. Reduce the DNA into thiols by adding 0.1M ... Hurst, Sarah J.; Lytton-Jean, Abigail K. R.; Mirkin, Chad A. (2006). "Maximizing DNA Loading on a Range of Gold Nanoparticle ...
*  Nanobiotechnology
Colloidal gold Gold nanobeacons Gold nanoparticle Nanobiomechanics Nanomedicine Nanoparticle-biomolecule conjugate ... The gold nanoparticle has been used to induce growth and seed yield in Brassica juncea. This field relies on a variety of ... Arora, Sandeep; Sharma, Priyadarshini; Kumar, Sumit; Nayan, Rajeev; Khanna, P. K.; Zaidi, M. G. N. (2012). "Gold nanoparticles ... In particular, compared to other nanoparticles, silver and gold nanoparticles based applications elicited beneficial results on ...
*  Silver dapple gene
A true palomino, with a red-based coat, will exhibit yellow or gold tones; a silver horse, in contrast, is by definition black- ...
*  Silver halide
... gold, other trace elements (dopant), or combination thereof, and then combined with an interstitial silver ion to form silver ...
*  Silver nitride
Gold, Zinc, Cadmium and Mercury. Georg Thieme Verlag. p. 38. ISBN 3-13-179211-6. "Silver oxide". Retrieved February 11, 2010. " ...
*  Electrochemistry
Gold and platinum are extremely difficult to oxidize under normal circumstances, and require exposure to a powerful chemical ...
*  Nanorod
Silver, of a lower reduction potential than gold, can be reduced on the surface of the rods to form a monolayer by ... A typical growth protocol involves the addition of citrate-capped gold nanospheres, served as seeds, to the bulk HAuCl4 growth ... "Gold Nanorods: From Synthesis and Properties to Biological and Biomedical Applications". Advanced Materials. 21 (48): 4880-4910 ... The shortcoming of this method is the formation of gold nanospheres, which requires non-trivial separations and cleanings. In ...
*  Gold
Digital gold currency GFMS consultancy Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Gold fingerprinting Gold phosphine complex Gold ... Common oxidation states of gold include +1 (gold(I) or aurous compounds) and +3 (gold(III) or auric compounds). Gold ions in ... "Gold Demand Trends , Investment , World Gold Council". Gold.org. Retrieved 12 September 2013. "Gold Demand Trends". 12 November ... Powdered gold reacts with chlorine at 180 °C to form AuCl3. Gold reacts with bromine at 140 °C to form gold(III) bromide, but ...
*  Mosaic gold
The term mosaic gold has also been used to refer to ormolu and to cut shapes of gold leaf, some darkened for contrast, arranged ... Mosaic gold or bronze powder refers to tin(IV) sulfide as used as a pigment in bronzing and gilding wood and metal work. It is ... 1728). "Gold". Cyclopædia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (first ed.). James and John Knapton, et al. [1] This ...
*  Gold (crater)
Gold is a crater in the Oxia Palus quadrangle of Mars, located at 20.2° N and 31.3° W. It is 9.0 km in diameter and was named ... Gold is famous as being one of several craters showing clear evidence that it was affected by floods of water from Maja Valles ... "Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature , Gold". usgs.gov. International Astronomical Union. Retrieved 4 March 2015. Mars portal. ...
*  Gold barb
The popular gold strain P. semifasciolatus var. Schuberti (gold barb or Schuberti barb) was developed by hobbyist Thomas ... "Gold Barb". Your Guide to Freshwater Aquariums. Retrieved December 15, 2004. Gold Barb Fact Sheet. ... The gold barb is an active, mildly aggressive schooling species that spends most of its time in the mid-level and bottom of the ... This gold fish is often used in community tanks by fish keeping hobbyists. It breeds readily in outdoor pools and free-standing ...
*  Gold Head
... (54°36′S 35°55′W / 54.600°S 35.917°W / -54.600; -35.917Coordinates: 54°36′S 35°55′W / 54.600°S 35.917°W / - ... The name, which derives from Gold Harboor, was proposed by Commander C.J. Gratton, Royal Navy, following his survey of the ... "Gold Head". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-04-28. This article ... 54.600; -35.917) is a headland forming the north entrance point of Gold Harbour on the east coast of South Georgia. ...
*  Lee Gold
Gold was listed in the 'Top 50 Most Influential People in the Adventure Game Market for Y2000' In 1988, Gold (who had been ... Although Gold has published filk lyrics, she has never recorded for public distribution.[citation needed] Gold was inducted ... Lee Gold is a member of California science fiction fandom and a writer and editor in the role-playing game and filk music ... Gold began the publication at the request of Bruce Pelz, who felt that discussion of Dungeons & Dragons was taking up too much ...
*  Gold Rush!
... at MobyGames Gold Rush! on IMDb Gold Rush! review at Adventure Gamers Gold Rush Classic Remake on Steam Store. ... Gold Rush! 2 was released in April 2017 as a sequel to Gold Rush! Anniversary. Sunlight Games has released a limited Special ... Gold Rush! (later retitled California: Gold Rush!) is a graphic adventure game originally released by Sierra On-Line in 1988. ... "Gold Rush! Classic". Archived from the original on 8 August 2014. Retrieved 30 July 2014. "Gold Rush: Der Sierra-Klassiker ...
*  Gold party
A gold party is similar to a Tupperware party in that a small group gathers at a host's home to sell their gold jewelry to a ... "The gold rush is on at a party near you". msnbc.com and NBC News. March 18, 2009. Waters, Jennifer (October 30, 2008). "Got ... The testing includes a variety of means, including acid tests, magnet tests, and other methods to determine gold content. If a ... The host receives a commission for each sale, usually around 10%. Consumer advocates advise attendees to value their gold ...
*  Ulee's Gold
... on IMDb Ulee's Gold at AllMovie Ulee's Gold at Rotten Tomatoes. ... Johnston, Andrew (June 12, 1997). "Lee's Gold". Time Out New York. McCarthy, Todd (January 29, 1997). "Review: 'Ulee's Gold'". ... Ulee's Gold is a 1997 American drama film written and directed by Victor Nuñez and starring Peter Fonda in the title role. Co- ... During a 1997 interview held in Melbourne, Fonda commented on the character he portrayed: Ulee's Gold was very well received by ...
*  Kaitlyn Gold
"Kaitlyn Gold is our July Spotlight Artist!". WorldArts. 5 July 2017. Retrieved 22 November 2017. "Kaitlyn Gold ****s on the ... "Kaitlyn Gold ft. Andres Villarruel at NAMM 2017". YouTube. Kaitlyn Gold. Retrieved 17 December 2017. "SD Artists "Boogie Rock" ... Kaitlyn Gold (born September 17, 1993) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. She grew up in Atlanta, GA, at a young ... "INTERVIEW: Kaitlyn Gold & The Orphan Age (w/ performance)". YouTube. Crimson Media Entertainment. 6 June 2017. Retrieved 22 ...