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Gold, coveted, available almost all over the world, but it rarely occurs
The mining of gold is already worthwhile from 0.5 grams of gold per ton of rock. With ever better technologies, it is also possible to search for the valuable raw material in ever deeper layers of rock. For a gold company, higher gold contents are of course a reason for joy, because the project becomes more lucrative. On average, one to five grams of gold per ton of rock are extracted from the ground. Basically, there is primary gold (from mines and quarries) and secondary gold (nuggets, wash gold). There are different ways to get the gold sitting in the ore out of the rock.
One way of extracting gold is by cyanide leaching. The rock is finely ground, then a sodium cyanide solution is added. This acid dissolves the gold from the rock dust, then again, the gold is extracted from the leach solution and dried. The raw gold remains, which is further refined to fine gold. In addition, the amalgam process has been used since ancient times. The finely ground rock is enriched with mercury. The result is amalgam, the mercury is evaporated, and the result is raw gold.
More environmentally friendly is the gold extraction by the anode slurry process, which works without toxic additives, or the borax process. Besides the gold content, the mining friendliness of the region and a solid financial situation are important for gold companies.
Tudor Gold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHazC4ybcxQ - owns the Treaty Creek Main Project in the Golden Triangle, British Columbia. Resources could currently be expanded; diamond drilling is currently underway.
An investment in the precious metals royalty company Osisko Gold Royalties - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SizoaUxgcc - ensures that an investor with a share value receives strong diversification. More than 150 precious metal sales and royalties ensure a broad diversification.
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