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Gold alloy

Gold alloy

An alloy whose principal ingredient is gold, usually contains copper or platinum and silver; used in dentistry for restorations requiring considerable strength.


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... elektron, a name applied, however, not only to amber but also to an alloy of gold and silver . By Latin writers amber is variously called electrum, sucinum (succinum), ...

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