Gold is one of the prime metals produced by nature and ever since its discovery by mankind, its shine, color and unique properties have always made every one fall in love with it. Truly speaking, whenever we think or talk of gold the thing that... read more
Gold jewelry comes in other colors besides yellow. There is white gold, yellow gold, red gold and green gold. This article explains how these colors are put into the gold metal. read more
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Here's a puzzle: there are 3 primary colors; red, blue and yellow. . .Mix them to get the other colors. Now, scientifically, WHITE is made up of all the colors; and BLACK is considered the absence of all color. How, then, when we mix all of the colors in the paint box, we get a...
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