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Gold from Kamchatka Beaches
18.02.2011 19:08
Gold from Kamchatka Beaches

Gold-bearing coastal territories provide up to 5% of this precious metal, and this is the fastest and cheapest method of gold production, popular in many countries.
      Russian geologists believe that gold-bearing beaches of Western Kamchatka are also suitable for gold production. Such deposits usually contain gold in the form of very small particles, which used to be major problem.
      However, modern technologies allow extracting form rocks not only gold, but also other valuable minerals, such as titaniferous magnetite, ilmenite (titanic iron ore), or garnet.
      Source: Science & Technologies
Author: Anna Kizilova


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