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  2. How to Remove Gold from Circuit Boards
    If you’ve opened an electronic device before, such as radios, televisions, or even your old cellphone, you’ve seen their inner workings. Ever noticed those shiny gold-colored parts on the circuit boards? Those bright pieces of metal are, in fact, gold. Gold is used on electronic circuit boards because of its excellent conductive properties and because it doesn’t corrode or rust over time. If you still have any of those circuit boards lying around, have a bit of fun and mine them for gold.

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  4. Hey Archimedes send me a gold button you make.. I’ll buy it from ya. I’m learning this myself, but can’t seem to get the scrap gold stuff for cheap enough to make any kind of money. Espescially after acids and smb and urea costs. Glassware etc. anyways, thanks! Love the videos! They are a huge help.

  5. Also, the gold pins, if melted down, will definitely make some good electrum (an alloy made of gold and silver), but I'm sure you know that already, and planned ahead. Yeah, some nice electrum, but we all know we want pure gold, not electrum. …how valuable is electrum compared to it's equal amount of gold and silver COMBINED though?

  6. uuuhhhh… just… try to, uh… keep it intact… my god you aren't very careful. I'm not like a circuit board… protector? Or something, but I have found 3 boards, one of which was split into 3 parts, the others about completely intact, all of which I found at my school, and the intact ones I want to keep intact, and I can't help but think, "Why are you being so careless?!?!"