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I saw that too - pretty interesting stuff. My guess is that no-one is going to productionise the process and make bullion products from it, though - too much work for the likely size of the market. Also I wonder how reactive it is given that aluminium is more reactive than the silver or copper more commonly alloyed with gold.

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I think I've heard of gold in all colours if it's below 18k. However, some metals or minerals lose colour over time while others give people cancer. Best not to have any tbh...

If we do the right thing this time, we might have to do the right thing again next time.


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5 hours ago, fiveshotdon said:

good for moving money around if you want it to go undetected

Very true...


8 hours ago, bluffer said:

Yes apparently this is a thing.

The you tuber is someone reliable and isnt a click baiter at all.  if you are a science nerd at all, you will enjoy his previous videos as well.



Thank you for sharing! 😘

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On 24/12/2023 at 07:40, dicker said:

Long video and a bit hot and miss.  

Sreetips is more to my liking

Sreetips is quite entertaining, but he clearly doesn't have a strong background in chemistry, although his fan base are often quite helpful in this regard.  NileRed is good because he's actually a chemist.

The Sovereign is the quintessentially British coin.  It has a German queen on the front, an Italian waiter on the back, and half of them were made in Australia.


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