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In most cases leaching process is done using sodium cyanide due to its high activity while in adsorption the activated carbons work well when there are many calcium ions in the pulp therefore in other words it seems like not necessary using sodium cyanide for leaching instead calcium cyanide could be used and favours adsorption of gold as well as leaching, so why this is not done in many cip or cil plants?