from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. So-called ‘radium-gold,’ a new alloy of a brilliant yellow color like that of gold. It is said not to tarnish and to be as elastic as steel and as ductile as gold. It is also said to coat well; but it is somewhat friable, and it contains neither radium nor gold.


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