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Gold is very inert and does not readily react with anything or form compounds (which is why it is found as a native metal in rocks). However, it can be made to form compounds and the related link below tells you what these are.

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Q: What kinds of compounds does gold form?
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What compounds are gold in?

There is gold oxide, Au2O3 But gold usually does not form compounds


Does gold form compounds?

Although gold is unreactive, it forms many compounds with a range of oxidation states.


What are the common compounds gold forms?

Gold does not form compounds very readily. Most known gold compounds are Gold oxide, chloride, thiosulphate double: Gold potassium cyanide, gold ammonium sulphite. The compounds decompose very readily at low temperatures.


What are the kinds of elements that combine to form ionic compounds are what?

A metal and a nonmetal.


What compounds do gold form?

Most known gold compounds are Gold oxide, chloride, thiosulphate double: Gold potassium cyanide, gold ammonium sulphite Most are obtained indirectly and decompose easily to... gold


What are compounds sugar water salt or gold?

Sugar, water, and salt. These are made of two or more kinds of atoms, but gold is an element itself.


What molecules and compounds help gold form?

It is two or more atoms:)


What is the oxidation number for gold?

0 in the elemental form. +1 or +3 in its compounds


What is gold's oxidation number?

0 in the elemental form. +1 or +3 in its compounds


Does gold form ionic or covalent bonds when it forms a compound?

Ionic compounds


What elements can be chemically combined with gold?

Gold form compounds with sulfur, selenium, tellurium, fluorine, chlorine etc.


What do you mix to get gold?

Gold is an element. It can be mixed with other elements to form compounds, but gold itself is a pure substance, not a mixture or a compound of elements.