Nitric acid + salt = gold >> verstehst du Russisch, kannst du jetzt Gold machen :-)

ublished on Jan 13, 2017

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If the mixed nitric acid and table salt can be readily dissolved gold. This is my new method is well suited for the extraction of gold at home! If you have problems with the acquisition of hydrochloric acid, then the option. But I will not stop at this, too, in mind there is an interesting idea. And what? You will see in future releases. And the cost of this method is quite acceptable option, and also the effectiveness of any no way inferior to the king. My experience shows that the mixture is not necessarily much warm enough to expose to the sun and wait. During the summer, missing one day dissolve all the minerals that are contained in the rocks or in any potential ore.


How To Recover Gold From Computer Scrap with Household Chemicals

Published on Sep 13, 2015

Complete process start to finish using muriatic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and bleach. No nitric acid needed. Please check out my band, Two Common, on Sreetips is the guy in the back seat of the car behind the driver.

Computer Scrap Gold Recovery with Ultrasonic Cleaner

Published on Dec 16, 2016

I use an ultrasonic cleaner to try and shake gold foils off of some trimmed circuit card fingers. Please check out my band, Two Common, on Sreetips is the guy in the back seat of the car behind the driver.

How to easily recover gold from scrap computer chips

Published on Dec 29, 2013

Part 1: In this video I’m recovering gold from computer Memory Chips (RAM). Use this process to get gold from scrap computer parts.

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HOW IT WORKS – Computer Recycling

Published on Jun 29, 2014

HOW IT WORKS – Computer Recycling


Was ist mit dem Schweizer Gold passiert?

Edelmetallmesse 2012: Rolf Nef „Das Schweizer Gold ist vermutlich weg“

Veröffentlicht am 05.11.2012


Rolf Nef, Co-Autor des Investmentbuchs „Geld, Gold und die Wahrheit“ (ISBN 3856840702) und unabhängiger Vermögensverwalter der Tell Gold & Silber Fonds auf der Internationalen Edelmetall- und Rohstoffmesse am 3. November 2012 in München.

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