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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Harvest Gold from Coal?

As already known, that chemists have tried to change ordinary metals into gold for centuries but never succeeded. And now, a group of scientists were claimed to have found a way to make an extract of precious metals from coal.
Alchemists have tried to turn ordinary materials into gold for centuries - but now scientists have found a way to extract the precious metal from coal. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1gXqGL)
Yes, a group of Russian scientists who were working in a laboratory in the remote Amur River region near the Chinese border. They claimed to have found the way to be able to produce one gram of gold from one ton of coal. The group has spent 15 years struggling to analyze the coal reserves available. They are trying to develop a process to filter the coal until produce a bright yellow metal.

So far, the scientists are still in the testing phase. However, they believed the process of mass production will be made no sooner than next year. Each ton of coal would be extracted. It is estimated, it will result in the extraction of gold worth 1,500 Russian rubles, or £18.50 (approx Rp.315,729).

How to?
According to Oleg Ageev of the Amur Scientific Center, "The filtering process done by channeling the smoke of burning coal through a large cleaning system."
Russian scientists can extract one gram of gold from a ton of coal. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1gXqGL)
He said further, "First the contaminants, including hazardous ones, washed with water and the gold is captured by filters. Then, auriferous concentrate is removed and the material is sent for refinement."

The Russian scientists group are claiming also will get the funds half a million rubles, or £6,235 (approx Rp.105 million) to install the industrial gold-extracting filter. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MIRROR]
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