How to find gold


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    • 1.1 The locations of gold
    • 1.2 How to prospect for gold in nature
    • 1.3 Ways to Find Gold
    • 1.4 The downsides of gold extraction and environmental damage


Gold is a shiny and expensive metal metal, symbolically chemically symbolized by Au, and its atomic number is 79, and in its raw state it is called the name of the donation; .

The largest mass of gold was discovered in Australia in 1896, and it weighed 2.280 ounces. It is characterized by its smoothness and non-corrosion, as it is one of the most dense elements, as it is the monetary base used by the International Monetary Fund.

Where the gold is

Each region contains a different mineral due to its weather conditions and soil components; it is better for gold seekers to excavate it in lands that do not belong to anyone so that they do not be punished; if it is necessary, then be sure to obtain approval from the owners of the land; It is best to start searching for him in the places where he was previously found, in order to save time and not to exhaust yourself without any benefit.

How to explore for gold in nature

Many people have a hobby of prospecting for gold, especially those looking for quick fortunes. Gold also exists underground in the form of long clusters mixed with other elements, but these elements quickly degrade when exposed to weather conditions, even if they are very simple, so that gold remains Free, and congregate at the surface of the soil; or the shores of rivers, and this is what makes the gold coins a simple and easy target for those looking for them.

Ways to find gold

There are several ways to find gold, and the best of these is through a metal detector, where these devices can be used in desert and dry areas, because such devices do not need water to work, but they also do a great job and give good results near the shores of rivers where Gold deposits are available, and after finding the best areas for exploration, we use a metal detector to explore underground, and there are several modern methods for extracting gold, including extracting it from river streams, and from gold mines, as well as from the ground.

The downsides of gold extraction and environmental damage

The processes of extracting minerals from the earth's interior lead to changing the features of the geological environment, because of the materials used during exploration operations that affect negatively on nature, except for mining accidents, that lead to injury or death of workers in exploration and extracting gold from nature.