powdered gold


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pow·dered gold

gold formed by atomizing or by chemical precipitation, lightly precondensed, and wrapped with gold foil so as to form pellets.

pow·der·ed gold

(powdĕrd gōld)
Gold formed by atomizing or by chemical precipitation, lightly precondensed, and wrapped with gold foil to form pellets.
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