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Old 09-22-2019, 11:37 PM
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it is my understanding the process or gold livering is reversible by returning to a high temperature which redissolves the gold particles. Is this correct?

Also, if I wanted to work with a most beautiful and usable gold glass that is phosphate based, and no-lead, how might I locate a recipe to start with.

Originally Posted by Pete VanderLaan View Post
Gold glasses can liver in reflective light if the molecules get big enough and I suspect that's what you are seeing. I make a gold chloride solution for my rubies and then mix it in gold sands. My friend john just pours the gold chloride into the batch,
There are three important things in the receiving batch, Gold , lead and selenium.
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