Is Gold Magnetic?


No, pure gold is not magnetic. Some golds which are not pure and may contain alloys can be magnetic especially when the metal is very cold. Pure gold can be determined by magnetic testing.
Q&A Related to "Is Gold Magnetic"
1. Place the gold on a flat table. Place the magnet next to the gold. 2. Slide the gold over to the magnet. Move the magnet away from the gold. 3. Observe to see if the two are attracted
Gold is essentially non-magnetic.
Pure gold is not magnetic. Gold can be made into an alloy, by using iron, to make it magnetic.
Call some of your local jewelry stores. You might be surprised at how knowledgeable they are and how willing they are to answer your questions
Explore this Topic
Pure gold is not attracted to regular magnets. There are various gold alloys that are attracted to magnets, but that is because they have atoms inside them that ...
Gold, like many other precious metals, won't stick to a magnet. The magnetic field produced by a magnet only attracts metals that are ferromagnetic. ...
Pure gold is not a magnetic material, so it shouldn't attract a magnet. Magnets are usually only attracted to metals like iron, nickel, and other alloys. ...
About -  Privacy -  AskEraser  -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback © 2014