Easy gold recovery

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E-Book Easy gold recovery

Method easy Gold recovery. Electronic gold plated pin,connectors. convenient for small gold plated metal only. not use cyanide. 99% pure gold compensation. Recycling gold plated. electrical equipment, electronic, old obsolete. How to dig gold Of e-waste.

Method easy Gold recovery. Electronic gold plated pin,connectors. convenient for small gold plated metal only. not use cyanide. 99% pure gold compensation.

VDO example Easy gold recovery

Gold of pin cpu computer.

recovery gold of pin cpu

Gold of pin connectors electronic.

Gold of pin connectors

Gold of pin connectors circuit board.

recovery gold of pin connectors circuit board

Electronic part small gold plated metal.

electronic part small gold plated metal

Easy Gold recovery electronic part.

easy Gold recovery electronic part

Electronic part recovery gold.

electronic part recovery gold

Electronic part in the chemical separation of gold.

 electronic part in the chemical separation of gold.

Chemical separation of gold.

Chemical separation of gold

Separate gold from the chemical.

 Separate gold from the chemical.

 Gold of electronic components.

 Gold of electronic components. Gold from electronic circuit board.

We get gold.

Method gold recovery

teaching extract gold. Method easy.

teaching extract gold.

A simple way for small pieces only., In the extraction of gold.

Easy extraction of gold

For gold you can get from the electronic components do not operate,old,obsolete,waste,of outdated.

Method gold separation

Extract gold from circuit simple CPU with Nitric acid.

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Hazardous chemicals

There are 2 hazardous chemicals
1. Acid danger
2. Poison gas danger
Chemical is very dangerous.  You should strictly protect in every step. You have to wear gloves, mask or protective clothing when you work.  When extracting gold finish,  you must clean thoroughly with water immediately and learn all kinds of chemicals that you used and how thoroughly protected.
Protective chemical extraction of gold


The author does not accept any liability arising from the warm butter treats everything as a practitioner , please beware of chemicals. Chemical protective equipment must be worn whenever work. Best wishes to protect .
Separate parts consisting of gold
Connect point of gold from circuit boards and electronics.
Cut out separate gold from circuit boards. For example, as shown
PCB gold.
Computer CPUs with gold plated styles.
Experiments, we use a Pentium 3 CPU, and gold from circuit boards that we separate.
Chemical components extracted gold. 1 liter water and half a liter Nitric acid.
Nitric acid and water mixture
chemical separation of gold.
Pouring chemicals into beaker computer CPU and circuit.
Chemicals to break metal into solution.
If a chemical reaction is stopped to fill Nitric acid added.
A metallic chemical reactions depleted. Gold will be shown.
Extracting gold out of the water.
Article prepared commonwealth Selects the way for figuring out how to extract gold for use as a guide.


Gold Recycle IC Chip

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How to separate gold from the ic chip.

Recycle gold form Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip Gold Wire Bonds.















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Gold wire recycle Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip.

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Today’s cell phones and electronic devices would not function well without gold parts.
Above: Crystal oscillator covers. They come in different shapes and sizes.
gold wire bonds used to connect IC chip electrodes.

But it certainly is not easy to start up an “urban mine.” For one thing, although tens of millions of cell phones computer and electronic devices are taken out of service every year in Global, only about one-third are collected for recycling. material recycling say the recycling industry really needs to find ways to collect unwanted electronic goods from homes, companies and factories, so that their circuit boards, IC chips and other valuable components can be recovered.

Most gold is kept as bars or jewelry, but things are changing. Some time ago, electric and electronic industries began using gold to plate certain components. Before long, they were using gold on IC chip electrode surfaces and connecting the electrodes with gold wires. A more recent innovation is golden vapor-deposited film on recording media surfaces. So today, industries use a surprising amount of gold.

Gold recycle ic chip

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Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip

An integrated circuit or monolithic integrated circuit (also referred to as an IC, chip, or a microchip) is a set of electronic circuits on one small plate (“chip”) of semiconductor material, normally silicon. This can be made much smaller than a discrete circuit made from independent components.

IC can be made very compact, having up to several billion transistors and other electronic components in an area the size of a fingernail. The width of each conducting line in a circuit (the line width) can be made smaller and smaller as the technology advances; in 2008 it dropped below 100 nanometers and in 2013 it is expected to be in the tens of nanometers.

Integrated circuits are used in virtually all electronic equipment today and have revolutionized the world of electronics. Computers, mobile phones, and other digital home appliances are now inextricable parts of the structure of modern societies, made possible by the low cost of producing integrated circuits.


Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip Gold Wire Bonds

IC characteristics used gold wire bond is connecting.

IC gold recovery

IC Gold Wire Bond


 Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip Aluminum Wire Bonds

IC characteristics used Aluminum Wire Bond is connecting.

Aluminum Wire Bond

IC Aluminum Wire Bond


 Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip Copper Wire Bonds

IC characteristics used Copper Wire Bond is connecting.

ic Copper Wire Bonds

IC Copper Wire Bond


 Integrated circuit ic, chip, or a microchip No Wire Bonds

IC characteristics No wire bond  connecting.

IC No wire bond

IC No wire bond

gold extraction process integrated circuit ic chip. all kinds of electronic circuit boards scrap. Waste recycling. gold  gold recovery, made ​​easy best results. How to extract gold from circuit boards. Electronic waste. gold recovery and recycle  ic chip.


Gold recycle techniques

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How to melt gold agglomerates Basic.

Gold powder

1. Slowly pour the gold powder into a crucible.

The crucible should be a cone to protect some gold lump spill while melt a lump.

2. Melting gold powder agglomerates.

3. Fill little Borax for beautiful and shine. Then scoop gold out.

4. Scoop gold out from crucible when it coagulated. Suddenly fill in distilled water. Because of if gold lost heat, gold will adhere with the crucible.

5. If you use electric crucible or ceramic crucible, when gold was melt pour into the block.

6. You can use printing block.

7. A high percentage of gold is round and glossy. This pure of gold is 99.8 %. If you want gold cleaner, you can boil with nitric acid about10 -20 minutes.



VDO Melting gold



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Electrolytic Gold extraction


The author has over 10 years experience in the Electronic Scrap business. This includes refining Gold recovered from Electronic Scrap. His Gold Refining  have been shipped world wide and have helped hundreds of people learn to make money with Electronic Scrap. Some people just collect and resell, others like to do some of their own Gold refining. He’s done it all, and can tell you how you can also, You can make money by collecting and reselling.

E-waste (electronic waste) recycling has come up as a huge and rapidly growing industry all over the world. If you search on the internet, you will find a lot of people wanting e-waste. Many people world wide are keen to start this electronic waste recycling business. gold, silver and other precious metals

E-book  Gold Electrolytic for the recovery of gold from all kinds of electronic scrap. like computer mother boards, different kinds of processors, RAMs, hard drives, cellphones,and all other devices in which these precious metals are used.




Information within the E-Book

1. Pay one price for 4 E-Book.  $100

1.1 Gold extraction Chemical

1.2 Gold extraction Electricity

1.3 Smelting Gold

1.4 Gold Refining

2. How to mix chemicals to extract gold.

3. How to extract the gold. Profile. Every step.

4. Video How to extract the gold. Profile. Every step.


Gold extracted from Waste material Electronic.

Gold Refine >99%

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E-Book Gold Refining


Refining the Extraction of gold for more than 99% purity. Gold alloy,scrap gold, old gold,Lode gold,Gold jewelry. old gold jewelry is recycled into fresh pure 24kt.


VDO example Gold Refining


material Refining gold. gold low purity, less than 90% . percent, we have to get the Refining purity greater than 99%.

Gold Refine material

Gold Refine material



Percent purity gold front. More than 99 percent.

High percentage of gold

High percentage of gold

Percent purity gold Rear. More than 99 percent.

Gold More than 99 percent pure gold

Gold More than 99 percent pure goldt

Information within the E-Book

1. Pay one price for 4 E-Book.  $100

1.1 Gold extraction Chemical

1.2 Gold extraction Electricity

1.3 Smelting Gold

1.4 Gold Refining

2. How to mix chemicals to extract gold.

3. How to extract the gold. Profile. Every step.

4. Video How to extract the gold. Profile. Every step.




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Silver is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Ag (Greek: άργυρος árguros, Latin: argentum, both from the Indo-European root *arg- for “grey” or “shining”) and atomic number 47. A soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it possesses the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal. The metal occurs naturally in its pure, free form (native silver), as an alloy with gold and other metals, and in minerals such as argentite and chlorargyrite. Most silver is produced as a byproduct of copper, gold, lead, and zinc refining.

Silver has long been valued as a precious metal, used in currency coins, to make ornaments, jewelry, high-value tableware and utensils (hence the term silverware) and as an investment in the forms of coins and bullion. Silver metal is used industrially in electrical contacts and conductors, in mirrors and in catalysis of chemical reactions. Its compounds are used in photographic film and dilute silver nitrate solutions and other silver compounds are used as disinfectants and microbiocides (oligodynamic effect). While many medical antimicrobial uses of silver have been supplanted by antibiotics, further research into clinical potential continues.

Silver man known since ancient times. With evidence. After the discovery of silver, gold and copper, not much. There is mention in the Bible is the Egyptian symbol for the golden circle. Means a perfect metal.

The silver circle is a symbol to show that the metal is completely secondary to gold. The circle represents the moon with this. Because silver is shiny or bright. Similarly moon. The Romans called silver argentum, which is the origin of that symbol (Ag) silver, the English word comes from the Assyrians.

Origin of silver

Types of ore can be classified by the nature of the birth process, which involves a major geological mineral resources that are inherently associated with geological processes under the surface. And mineral resources that are inherently related to geological processes on Earth. The details.

(mafic and ultramafic rocks) observed in various ways. Primary silver. Found in the ore, the sulfide. Minerals such as galena Svalbard Le Wright etc..

Benefits of silver

Silver vessels used in ancient times to make jewelry alloys. Used in the silver bowl. And at the reflector for headlight  and use a coin to make the solder printing. Silver plated copper conductors used in the power industry because it is very good.


Atomic properties

Oxidation states

1, 2, 3 (amphoteric oxide)


1.93 (Pauling scale)

Ionization energies

1st: 731.0 kJ·mol−1
2nd: 2070 kJ·mol−1
3rd: 3361 kJ·mol−1

Atomic radius

144 pm

Covalent radius

145±5 pm

Van der Waals radius

172 pm


Price for Silver



Gold silver Material

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At Chips Etc. we often get inquires into what is the value of gold found in vintage computer chips and other electronic items. People are often amazed to learn how much precious metal is lost whenever they throw away their old electronic circuit devices. Gold can all be recovered from circuits and processors of electronics. Of all the precious metals, gold is the one most frequently recovered and refined from electronics. Although it is possible to melt the gold plating away from the circuitry, you will cause more of a mess and lose some of the precious metal. The most effective way to reclaim gold from scrap components.

Chips, ICs, CPUs and many electronic components contain valuable precious metals that can be recovered. This type of electronic waste accumulates as a waste product during the manufacture of electronic appliances, during the dismantling and recycling of disused appliances and also in the form of overstocks at assembly firms.

Refining of processor chips, ICs, CPUs

The processor (CPU: Central Processing Unit) is the brain of the PC. It contains millions to billions of microscopic transistors and a few hundred gold plated pins. Processors are one of the most value dense portions of the PC. Older processors are generally larger and have more generous gold plating than more modern ones: 386/486 and Pentium chips are particularly valuable. Here are some more details about 486′s.

The processor is recognizable as a large rectangular or square chip that plugs directly into the motherboard. It is usually the largest single chip in the PC. Intel and AMD are the largest PC processor manufacturers, however IBM, ARM, Motorola and others make them as well. The processor often has a heat sink attached to it which may also have a small fan. Heat sinks are typically aluminum, which has little scrap value.


Separate parts gilded Electronic circuit.

Gold Form Electronic circuit boards.

Processors are also found in video cards (there they are called GPUs: Graphics Processing Units), in cellphones, iPods and iPads, and most other electronic devices. Generally only computer processors are large enough and detactable enough to merit separating them. The value of the processor varies greatly depending on the model. As mentioned above, older processors generally have more precious metal content.

Notice the gold dotting this connector board, making it a very valuable (and heavy) piece of equipment to recycle. There’s gold in ordinary cell phones, along with copper and silver, and the gold is easy to extract. Cell phones yield up to 150 grams (15.3 ounces) of gold per ton, compared to five grams per ton of ore, according to Urban Mining.

In terms of e-waste, cell phones hold some of the most valuable bang for the buck. Chock full of bits of gold, silver and copper, cell phones offer easy extraction and reuse of these valuable materials, and with technology rapidly advancing, there is no shortage in sight. Gold, which has rapidly increased in value during the past few years, is of particular interest to companies looking to cash in on e-waste extraction.

The reason for this surplus is simple: Cell phone manufacturers are increasingly turning to gold as a conductor element in their high-tech circuit boards instead of the less conductive copper.

Gold, in particular, is easily extractable in these devices, so much that it is possible to extract more gold per ton of cell phones than per ton of actual ore. Per ton, gold ore yields approximately 5 grams (0.18 ounces) of gold. Per ton of recovered cell phone circuitry, it is possible to yield up to 150 grams (5.3 ounces) of gold.

In turn, jewelers and yes, electronics manufacturers are rapidly trying to get their hands on this re-purposed precious metal, which is typically melted down into its pure state following extraction from the mobile device.

One refinery in Japan is picking apart between 10,000 and 20,000 cell units every month. Another company in Tokyo is melting at least 7,000 ounces of gold per month just from cell phone mining and extraction.

Still, with only 10-20% of cell phone users opting to throw their old devices away, chances are good that a lot of precious metal is hiding in cabinets, drawers and closets around the world.

Volume of gold  You will receive Of supplies Material.

Material consisting of a piece of gold,circuit board cpu computer precious metals. all kinds of  waste  electronic scrap recycling.

1.Volume of gold  You will receive Of CPU Computer. Different CPUs have different quantity of gold in them.


We find data Of our experiments. gold from CPU and IC Chip.

Model CPU and IC Chip


 CPU and IC Chip 1Kg

Cyrix Cx486

  < 5.5 grams

IBM 5x86C

  < 4.5 grams

486 DX2-80

  < 4.5 grams

i 486 SX

  < 6.5 grams

i 486 TX486DLC

  < 5.8 grams

Intel Pentium III

  < 1 grams

Cyrix 6×86

  < 4.8 grams

IBM 6x86MX PR200

  < 5.5 grams

Cyrix MII

  < 4.3  grams

Intel Pentium 4

  < 0.5 grams

Intel Pentium II

  < 1.5  grams

Pentium PRO

  < 3 grams

WinChip C6-PSME240GA

  < 5.80  grams

Intel i435 DX4

  < 4  grams

Intel 386

  < 8.50  grams

Intel Pentium

  < 7.50  grams

Intel Pentium MMX

 < 2.5 grams


  < 2 grams

Intel Pentium

  < 2.5 grams



e-waste gold recovery

e-waste gold recovery


CPU intel pentium pro processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 4.5 grams.   experiment 2.4 grams gold 99%.

CPU intel pentium mmx processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 2.5 grams.   experiment 2.3 grams gold 99%.

CPU Intel Pentium III  processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 1.2 grams.   experiment 0.95 grams gold 99%.

CPU Intel 486 processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 7.5 grams.   experiment 6.8 grams gold 99%.

CPU Intel Pentium processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 1.9 grams.   experiment 1.6 grams gold 99%.

Gold from circuit boards electronic

Pieces of gold camera Mobile phone 1kg gold > 8g

Recycle Gold CPU Intel Pentium II processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 1.5 grams.   experiment 0.8 grams gold 99%.

Today’s CPUs have a much lower Gold content

1. gold cpu pins for recycling
2. Gold plated CPU pins
3. Modern computer chips manufactured after 1998 have very little gold content in them because most CPU’s no longer use solid gold wire bonding technology or gold-plated lids in their packaging.

For example, the Intel Pentium 4 Microprocessor came in an organic (non ceramic) package with a nickle-plated copper lid, & it did not use gold wire internally to attach the silicon chip to it’s package. It’s only noticeable gold content came from it’s connector pins that were thinly gold-plated. However, the pins were gold-plated to a thickness of only 0.76 microns – that calculates to just around a few cents worth of gold value per CPU.

Today, a typical organic CPU package no longer is made with connector pins, instead they use thinly gold-plated connection pads which is used to socket the CPU to a motherboard.

CPU Intel Pentium 4 processors  weight of 1 kg. gold component. Approximately less than 0.6 grams.   experiment 0.4 grams gold 99%.

Gold plated circuit board and chip

Gold Value of Computer Chips found on Motherboards & PCB Circuit Boards. Some Vintage Circuit cards are sought after by collectors as well.

circuit board with heavy gold plating. Depending on their age, computer motherboards and other electronic circuit boards can also contain rich gold content made up of gold-plated circuit traces, edge fingers, connectors, Integrated Circuits, transistors, & memory chips. Before sending your computer motherboards and gold-laden PCB cards to the precious metal recycler you should make sure to check for their collectible value first. Some of these boards are highly sought after by vintage computer collectors & hobbyists.

Military, aerospace, electronic circuit testers and telecommunications boards, especially ones from the 1960′s thru the 80′s, often have generous gold-plating of their traces, fingers, connectors & electronic components than the modern circuit boards found in today’s electronic devices.