mon how to seperate pyrite from gold

May 16, 2008 · I've been messing with dissolving pyrite and leaving gold for about 2 weeks now. It seems as if panning alone is going to be my prefered method right now. It takes a long time to dissolve the pyrite that was present and I was also concerned that I might have dissolved some gold into solution because the gold I as trying to seperate was very small

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"Fool's gold" is a common nickname for pyrite. Pyrite received that nickname because it is worth virtually nothing, but has an appearance that "fools" people into believing that it is gold. With a little practice, there are many easy tests that anyone can use to quickly tell the difference between pyrite and gold

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To the untrained eye, pyrite looks quite similar to gold in the sense that it's a similar yellowish color, but there are some notable differences between the two. Whether you're a recreational of professional prospector, it's important to know and understand the differences between pyrite and real gold

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Gold and pyrite are very different minerals, but because of their similar color they are often confused by beginners gold panning for the first time. Prospectors will often find lots of little gold specks in the bottom of their gold pan, and think they have struck it rich. Pyrite is often called "Fool's Gold", but after reading this article you will understand how to avoid being a fool

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Apr 12, 2017 · Fool's gold, the mineral pyrite, has a metallic luster and gray or black streaks, and feels heavy for its size, although real gold is denser. Panning for gold and knowing how to separate it from fool's gold takes practice and an ability to work quickly with a prospector's pan

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Here’s a close-up of iron pyrite (fool’s gold) and actual gold side by side. One of the major differences between the two is that pyrite has hard edges, gold has softer edges. When you first get started, you might want to bring along a magnifying glass when you’re out panning or rockhounding. More tips below

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Pyrite is quite easy to distinguish from gold: pyrite is much lighter, but harder than gold and cannot be scratched with a fingernail or pocket knife. Pyrite is commonly found to contain minor nickel, and forms a series with Vaesite; Bravoite is a nickeloan variety of pyrite. It usually contains minor cobalt too and forms a series with Cattierite

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Jan 08, 2001 · Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2001 16:28:27 +0200; Importance: Normal; ... Working with tailings on gold mines and discard dumps on coal mines one of the problems encountered is pyrite oxidation. I'd like to gather some example files which deal with kinetic pyrite oxidation (in PHREEQC2) in two principal scenarios: - pyrite oxidation under unsaturated

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Gold vs Pyrite – Telling The Difference in The Field – YouTube. There is quite a bit of pyrite in it, but there is a little fine gold and … black sands and iron pyrite … use heat and/or chemicals to extract …

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Natural pH is recommended for gold flotation. Alternatively using soda ash for pH adjustment can reduce gold depression. Where gold is associated with pyrite in base metal ores where iron sulphides are depressed and report to the tailings, a separate tailings pyrite flotation concentrate should be considered

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