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AU • abbr. ∎  ångström unit(s). ∎  (also a.u.) astronomical unit(s).

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Au

Au • symb. the chemical element gold.

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Au

Au, symbol for the element gold.

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Au

Au (or au) author
• Chem., symbol for gold (Latin aurum)

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