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# Write a symbol of gold.

The atomic number of gold is 79 and it is a transition metal in periodic table. Gold is placed in the sixth period and group $11(Ib)$ in periodic table. In its pure form, it is bright, slightly reddish yellow, dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal. It is a precious metal. It is a solid. The atomic weight of gold is 196.967.
Coming to question, the symbol of gold is $Au$ and not $Go$. Don’t get confused about the symbol.
Gold is non-toxic. It is chemically unreactive although it dissolves in the aqua region. The electron affinity value of gold is $222.749KJmo{l^{ - 1}}$. The electronegativity value is $2.4$ in pauling scale. It has high melting and boiling points. Not only gold but potassium also has its latin symbol which we use more frequently. Transition metals are metalloids as they are in between metals and nonmetals, they have both the natures.