What Is the Cleavage of Gold?


The cleavage of gold could be termed as asymmetrical. Cleavage is the tendency of a crystalline mineral to divide along distinct crystallographic structural planes.
Q&A Related to "What Is the Cleavage of Gold?"
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
Actually gold has no cleavage at all. Enjoy!
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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