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  1. Chris, I’m not sure which one of the chlorites it is but I am told it contains the following: Copper, gold, silver, pgm’s and rhodium. I’m also told that the only way to recover these is to use a silver nitrate solution. It first has to be pulverized to 350 to 400 fine before being concentrated . Are you familiar with a process like this? I am setting up a small pilot plant.
  2. It might be interesting to some of the members to discuss the process of refining gold. - Geowizard
  3. Hi Everyone, Recovery of gold and silver from a good high grade concentrate into a near final end product is an important step in the process. - Geowizard