How many electrons are there in gold?
There are 79 electrons in gold. The atomic number is 79. Needless to say, the atomic mass is 196.96655. The melting point of gold is 1064.43 °C. Moreover, there are 118 neutrons. The symbol of gold is Au. Not too many people know that Au has 6 energy levels. It is interesting to know that gold was discovered approximately in 3000 BC. It was obtained from the crust of the earth, copper ores.