What are the five precious metals?

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The five precious metals are gold, iridium, osmium, palladium, rhenium, rhodium, platinum, ruthenium and silver. A precious metal is a unique, naturally occurring metallic chemical element, which has a high economic value due to its high lustre and less reactive characteristics.
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Known as the King of Metals, gold is a highly valued precious metal. The temperature assigned to the freezing point of gold has served as a calibration point for the International
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All precious metals except two are inert, do not naturally react. The two which are not Rhenium and Osmium.
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The five precious metals can be said to include gold, silver, platinum, rhenium and palladium. There are many uses for these metals including in medicine, science, art and monetary systems.
The five precious metals include platinum, gold, silver, and bronze. The most expensive one is platinum because it is the most rare solid metal on Earth.
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