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what do iron solute, tungsten, gold, myrrh, melted amber, water, aloe, silk, mercury, zinc, lead, silver, king cobra venom, clover, phosphorus have in common?

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Gold dust

Gold dust is a quite uncertain commodity: assay will reveal what is in it, in what percentages, and whether or not it is a commercially viable sample. Unassayed gold dust might be worth only $150.00/oz, considering the level of contaminants and pyrites that may be in it.

How to remove gold from small rocks

Four processes await you, three are utterly nasty and one is safe. 1. Mercury amalgamation. Powder the ore very finely (face powder fine) and add enough water to the powder to make a thin slurry. Add about a pound of mecrcury to fifty pounds of rock in the slurry. Agitate with a paint mixer on ...

What are the effects of ingesting to much iron ...

If you are Caucasian, your skin will turn yellow and perhaps even the whites of your eyes. The color is not permanent. Also, your stool will be black for awhile, but that too will dissapate.

How do you tell platinum from white gold or silver?

Contrary to popular belief, platinum can be scratched on the surface, but the roughened texture forms a dark patina that looks good after several years. The platinum band remains as thick as it was at the start although its shape may have changed through the years. Meanwhile, gold is easily ...