mat gold


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mat gold

powdered gold formed by electrolytic precipitation, compressed into strips, and sintered.

mat gold

Etymology: Fr, mat, dull; AS, geolu, yellow
a noncohesive form of pure gold. Also called crystal gold, sponge gold. See also gold foil.

mat gold

(mat gōld)
Powdered gold formed by electrolytic precipitation, compressed into strips, and sintered.
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