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Plasma gold processing

A process for the recovery of gold from a refractory of non-refractory gold containing concentrate which contains sulphide minerals, which process comprises the steps of: (i) heating the gold containing concentrate to a temperature of above 1150 C. in order to thermally decompose the sulphide minerals contained therein, and (ii) subjecting the thermal decomposition product obtained from step

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