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    hi everybody !

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    Does this rocks contain mircrogold?

    thank you, art
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    Crush and pan is a start. May also want to try a Falcon metal detector as well as look over with your eyes aided with a lens.
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    I can see some microscopic gold.

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    All treasures found with permission on private property or on active mining claims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arti View Post
    Does this rocks contain mircrogold?

    thank you, art
    That's a blurry photograph, wouldn't you need a microscope to see micro gold?

    Heavy Pans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Assembler View Post
    Hello
    Crush and pan is a start. May also want to try a Falcon metal detector as well as look over with your eyes aided with a lens.
    I crushed it and panned but no gold found.
    To be honest I didn't use lens or microscope!
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    Welcome to the Forum, and Big Gold to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    I can see some microscopic gold.

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    Are you sure this shiny particles are not pyrites?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arti View Post
    Are you sure this shiny particles are not pyrites?!
    I was not serious. There is zero chance of anybody being able to see micron gold on any photo, much less a blurry one.

    Keep looking. I have found gold embedded into similiar looking rocks.
    That kind of material generally makes my detector scream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    I can see some microscopic gold.

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    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    If anybody have education in geology field, refer to its appearance, please i want to know what kind of stone it is?
    What components does ti have, pyrite, Au,Cu, Ag, Pb or whatever?
    art

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    If anybody have education in geology field, refer to its appearance, please i want to know what kind of stone it is?
    What components does ti have, pyrite, Au,Cu, Ag, Pb or whatever?
    art

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    Grey Bear

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    Some gold can't be seen. It's locked up in sulfides and needs to be smelted to release the gold. On a specimen that size the hold would be negligible. The only way I know to have it checked is at an assay facility.


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    Grey Bear

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    Gold not hold.


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