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Recovery and Refining of Precious Metals
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pdecious Can’t recall the details now, but I should have followed through to determine if there was a connection. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Both primary sources – placer gold, black sand, and ores – and secondary sources – scrap jewelry, electronic scrap, old films, buffings, spent plating and stripping solutions, catalytic automobile converters, and old eyeglasses are covered.
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