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The best name is gold(I) sulfide, as the oxidation state is +1. Another good name is digold sulfide which gives the stoichiometry. Some people use aurous and auric for oxidation s states 1 and 3- so they'd call this aurous sulfide. Gold has a lot of oxidation states - +1,+2,+3 and +5, aurous/auric dates from a time when only +1 and +3 were known.

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Au2SO4.........Gold Sulfate

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Gold Sulfide

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Gold (II) Chloride

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Gold Sulphate

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