Thus, due to a change in the refraction of light, gold becomes purple. This has become important, especially in the last two years, in diagnostics. Whereas colloidal gold (brine or jelly of tiny gold particles, deep red color) previously served doctors, biochemists or electrical engineers, it is now included in almost every Covid-19 rapid antigen test. Gold is the key ingredient here, much like in rapid tests for diseases such as malaria, in cocaine or pregnancy tests. The test strip has gold-labeled antibodies. Even though around three quarters of gold is processed into jewelry, the use of gold in other areas is increasing. This is because gold is not only a means of preserving value for investors and an investment that provides security, but it also shines because of its special properties.
It does not rust, it remains unimpressed by most acids, and it forms an optimal bond with other metals. Bacteria cannot exist on gold. Gold is easy to process, an excellent conductor of electricity and is also used in space travel for certain applications. Electrical engineering consumes about ten percent of the demand for gold. Many electrical items we use every day contain gold, albeit in small amounts. Gold nanoparticles were introduced into liquid glass several hundred years ago, coloring stained glass windows red. Thus, gold is not only responsible for innovations in nanomedicine, but is still being researched in many areas of nanotechnology. For investors, it is worth doing a little research into gold companies that can add value to a portfolio. There are for example Osisko Gold Royalties or Gold Royalty, two royalty companies that bring diversification at the same time.
Osisko Gold Royalties - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2EBk763qwI - has more than 165 royalties and precious metal offtakes in its portfolio. The focus is on gold and copper.
Gold Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfO7n5VEP_E - takes care of precious metals offtake and royalties in gold, this in North and South America.
Current corporate information and press releases from Osisko Gold Roylties (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/osisko-gold-royalties-ltd/ -) and Gold Royalty (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/gold-royalty-corp/ -).
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