What Is the Cleavage of Gold?

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The cleavage of gold could be termed as asymmetrical. Cleavage is the tendency of a crystalline mineral to divide along distinct crystallographic structural planes.
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Gold does not have a cleavage it has a fracture: The type of fracture is hackly or jagged. Cleavage usually relates to crystals (although cleaving crystals can also be made to fracture
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Actually gold has no cleavage at all. Enjoy!
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Gold, a fashionable metal used mostly in jewelry, can have a few different colors. First, the most common is a yellow tone. Also, there is a silver tone (white gold) and a pink tone
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