Pyrometallurgy: Roasting, Smelting, Refining & Electrowinning

Pyrometallurgy: Roasting, Smelting, Refining & Electrowinning

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Can same mold be used for two metals (1 reply and 2 comments)

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Shiff
1 year ago
Shiff 1 year ago

Just a quick question that will most likely make me look new which I am. But can I use an ingot mold for both molten copper and silver Or would they contaminate each other? And same question with the crucible

 

Ben

SmartDog
1 year ago
SmartDog 1 year ago

Simple answer, would there be any cross contamination?  Yes, but only in the parts per million or less range.  There will always be some molecules left in cracks and pores between pours (intentional punny wording).  But not enough to really notice without high level laboratory testing. 

 

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donald allison
1 year ago

i need consulting engineering help

SmartDog
1 year ago

There are several people on this site who can provide consulting help. But you need to be more specific. What do you need help with, where do you need help at, and are you looking hire someone or looking for free advice?

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