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Aqueous spectrophotometric determination of gold with rhodamine B and surfactant





May 20, 2010

Hi, I am Dr.J.R.Mudakavi looking for a reliable method as outlined in the title.We are trying to estimate the recovery of gold from e waste using thio urea and FeCl3. So ind a simple method for comparison with aquaragia leaching.

Mudakavi Jayateerth
Indian Institute of science, Bangalore - Bangalore, Karnataka, India



May 24, 2010

Perhaps ICP analysis of the dissolved gold in solution would be appropriate.

Terry Tomt
- Auburn, Washington



February 27, 2011

You can test for gold by using a thermotitrator.

Tony Paulin
- Bardstown, Kentucky, USA


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