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Originally posted by aoi3610
Now go away.
Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by aoi3610
Again, this is not a forum to present fiction.
What is this section for then?
SO... you admit what you've posted is nothing but fiction then???
So what happens to the theory if you use 14k gold or 10K. These numbers only say how much pure gold is in a piece of gold. I have a ring thats 10k and a watch thats 18k. This just tells me how hard the gold is. Gold is a soft metal they add nickel to harden it so that my watch will not dent. 24K less nickel/ more gold. 24K is not equal to gold. And my periodic table shows AU for gold not 24K. You must be using the periodic table from Zales. (thats a jewelry store chain in the US)