This section is about the use of gold in different industries

Gold is a useful element and it has been used in different industries since ancient times. This section looks at the use of gold in modern day manufacturing, electronics, jewelry and precious metals markets.

Gold is one of the most sought-after metals due to its great properties. It has high purity, malleability, and conductivity. Gold is also a highly beautiful metal.

The use of gold in our lives has been around for centuries now. It has been used for many purposes such as jewelry, ornaments, and even technology like computers and smartphones. Today, the growing demand for gold is increasing the need for gold mining operations to process it continuously because of its rarity and expense.

Gold is a soft, malleable and ductile reddish-brown naturally occurring chemical element with the symbol Au and atomic number 79. Gold is one of the least reactive chemical elements, so it does not react with most other elements.

Gold is widely considered an important cultural artifact in many world cultures and has been prized for millennia for its unique color, luster, and resistance to corrosion even under harsh conditions.

Most gold is produced by reduction from ores such as iron or copper or cyanide heap leaching and then purified by electrolysis of lead or mercury.