this article is about aqua regia process for gold dissolving and extracting. aqua regia is a combination of hcl and hno3. 3 parts of hcl and 1 part of hno3 make aqua regia for gold dissolving. let’s know about gold extraction from aqua regia. there are many procedures for gold precipitation from aqua regia. for example, we can use sodium
the gold refining process by aqua regia was introduced at the pretoria mint after the miller process had been tried and abandoned owing to the alleged difficulty of treating the gold bullion extracted by the cyanide process. in the aqua regia process the gold is dissolved and precipitated. it is made very difficult if the silver exceeds 100 parts per 1,000, and at pretoria bullion was not
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aqua regia refining the principle and equipment for aqua regia. aqua regia has been used to separate gold from other metals for a long time. it involves using aqua regia, which is a latin word for “royal water”. actually, aqua regia is a chemical solution which fumes, and it is corrosive in nature. it is either yellow or red in color.
a process flow sheet for the extraction and recovery of hno 3 and au from the gold-bearing aqua regia solution is presented in fig. 7. as seen in the figure, both hno 3 and au can be extracted over other metals /components (hcl and cu, ni, co, zn) by using tbp at room temperature.
more aqua-regia is then added as before and the cycle repeated until the addition of fresh aqua-regia produces no reaction, i.e. brown fumes and bubbling. enough aqua-regia must be added to dissolve all of the gold, however the excess aqua-regia that is required to accomplish this will later have to be removed so large excesses should be avoided.