I'm trying to refine some of my gold finds from my time spent mining here in California using the dummies guide posted on this site. I'm at the
point of adding the urea to my aqua regia to neutralize the nitric acid and I'm noticing that the next page skips to the end where they're melting
the gold powder. What happened to the steps in between? I can't continue without this information? Please help, thanks.
I know that there was rinsing, adding another chemical, more rinsing, but I believe they were getting their scraps from recycled electronics (??) so
those steps were necessary. Not certain what is required for already mined gold.
Anyway, great intro! Sorry I can't help. Welcome to ATS!
then I would leave well enough alone, just keep collecting the gold in it's unrefined state & let the buyer Assay the gold value & weight.... It has
got to be worth at least 70% of the PM spot price.... trying to eke out that extra 15% would cost you more time & trouble than the return would be
that middle man is not going to budge much if you bring h=the 70% pure gold to 80% pure.... it will never be close to 24 Karat pure...or else the
metal might be suspected as being stolen and melted to avoid closer examination to determine the from what geology source the ore came from
beware the commencement of the ACC Crypto coins, which will have a gold component in ITs block-chain history/pedigree
your gold exploration will become just so much digital stream data & your physical metal will be returned as a ACC Crypto Coin, instantly turned into
VISA credit units for universal trade
This is for introductions ONLY. Welcome. Suggest reading the Ts and Cs you agreed to and go to Board and Freshman's forums to see how to do and post,
upload and create threads n all...there is a correct way and a wrong way...and a number of posts 1st after an Introduction to make threads in certain
Again...welcome to ATS...Cya..........Best, MS
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