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Anionic gold

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Abstract

In recent years, research into the formation and properties of metallic anions in solution has led to interesting advances in our knowledge of alkali metal and gold anions. The latter may have possible uses in the separation of gold from base metals and in refining applications.

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Lagowski, J.J. Anionic gold. Gold Bull 16, 8–11 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03216571

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Keywords

  • Solvation Energy
  • Electron Affinity
  • Solvate Electron
  • Yemen
  • Nonaqueous Solvent