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will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby batesy53 » April 25th, 2012, 5:45 pm

hey there

i am dissolving some cpus in 1 oz batches at the moment until i get this right.i am dissolving in AR 1-4 ratio,filtering a couple times,then adding urea an abit of warm water to the mixture..everything swt up2 adding the precipitant...i was told to use ferrous sulphate to precipitate the gold??will this work???how much do i add to a 1oz batch??how long will it take??do i need 2 dissolve it in warm water 1st??

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby NobleMetalWorks » April 25th, 2012, 6:50 pm

Ferrous Sulphate will drop out everything in solution that is lower on the reactivity series, than Iron, ferrous sulphate is really iron. As gold is lower on the reactivity series table, it will precipitate out Au, but also everything else under Fe. Should you use it to precipitate Au? It really depends on what you have in solution, what you want to get out of solution, and what point in your process you are.

For reference look here for the reactivity series:

http://www.zephyrus.co.uk/thereactivityseries.html

There are many other people that know far more about this than I do, if one of you would like to fill in the rest of what I might missed so I can learn also, I would appreciate it. Or if I have posted anything incorrect, please correct me.

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby Geo » April 25th, 2012, 8:17 pm

ferrous sulfate is copperas.it is used to precipitate gold. many members use it to process their gold.

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Postby butcher » April 25th, 2012, 9:42 pm

Copperas or ferrous sulfate is a very good gold precipitant, in fact many times I prefer Copperas for precipitating gold instead of using sodium metabisulfate.

(Edit: I goofed the chemical I meant to say was sodium metabisulfite). :oops:

Hokes book also uses copperas to precipitate gold, she even explains how to test for gold in solution using ferrous sulfate.

I have not noticed any more base metals precipitating when using FeSO4 than I have from using SMB. In fact I would guess that SMB in excess would be more likely to precipitate copper than ferrous sulfate in excess would, especially if your gold solution was contaminated with copper.

Ferrous sulfate is a salt of iron (iron and sulfuric acid), but it does not act the same in a copper solution as the elemental metal Iron would react to precipitate the copper, the iron metal bar has all of its electrons to share and will give these electrons up to the copper in solution, so copper ions would convert to metal copper powder, the ferrous sulfate does not have excess electrons to share and so it does not precipitate the copper, so here copper and iron can be in solution together as ions.

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Postby NobleMetalWorks » April 25th, 2012, 9:50 pm

butcher wrote:Copperas or ferrous sulfate is a very good gold precipitant, in fact many times I prefer Copperas for precipitating gold instead of using sodium metabisulfate.

Hokes book also uses copperas to precipitate gold, she even explains how to test for gold in solution using ferrous sulfate.

I have not noticed any more base metals precipitating when using FeSO4 than I have from using SMB. In fact I would guess that SMB in excess would be more likely to precipitate copper than ferrous sulfate in excess would, especially if your gold solution was contaminated with copper.

Ferrous sulfate is a salt of iron (iron and sulfuric acid), but it does not act the same in a copper solution as the elemental metal Iron would react to precipitate the copper, the iron metal bar has all of its electrons to share and will give these electrons up to the copper in solution, so copper ions would convert to metal copper powder, the ferrous sulfate does not have excess electrons to share and so it does not precipitate the copper, so here copper and iron can be in solution together as ions.


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Thank you for the correction and explanation.

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby butcher » April 25th, 2012, 10:33 pm

Scott,
You are correct that it is the iron in the copperas that precipitates the gold, here is something else to consider, if you have gold and platinum in solution, ferrous sulfate will precipitate the gold but not the platinum (platinum is below iron in the reactivity series), if we added a bar of elemental iron to the solution of gold and platinum, the iron would give up electrons to both gold and platinum and precipitate both of these metals from solution.

The reactions of the metal and ferrous sulfate in these examples are different types of reactions.

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Postby NobleMetalWorks » April 25th, 2012, 11:45 pm

After I read what was posted, after my post, I referred to my chemistry book, I wanted to understand the differences exactly. I really appreciate the clarification.

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Postby batesy53 » April 26th, 2012, 4:42 am

thank you 4 your posts at least i am on the right track now..is it better to heat the solution slightly after i hav added the ferrous sulphate???thanks again 4 the help

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Postby Harold_V » April 26th, 2012, 5:04 am

Heating is not a requirement, and, at least in some cases, can work against you. That is the case when precipitating with SO2 from concentrated solutions.

However, there are instances where heat is required, such as using oxalic acid.

Read Hoke.

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Postby batesy53 » April 26th, 2012, 8:42 am

thanks harold,so do i just leave it 2 do its thing for a little while???

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Postby tek4g63 » April 26th, 2012, 9:19 am

Butcher,
I hate to be this guy.

Copperas or ferrous sulfate is a very good gold precipitant, in fact many times I prefer Copperas for precipitating gold instead of using sodium metabisulfate


You ment sodium metabisulfite, correct?

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Postby maynman1751 » April 26th, 2012, 11:00 am

tek4g63 wrote:Butcher,
I hate to be this guy.

Copperas or ferrous sulfate is a very good gold precipitant, in fact many times I prefer Copperas for precipitating gold instead of using sodium metabisulfate


You ment sodium metabisulfite, correct?

Just want to keep it accurate for new members. Please don't hate me.


Yes sir! You be right. You caught Butcher with a typo! It is indeed Sodium Metabisulf(ite) and NOT
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Postby philddreamer » April 26th, 2012, 11:07 am

It was probably an echo from repeating "iron sulphate".

Now, I have a question. Should we then use iron sulphate for precipitating the gold out of dirty solutions, instead of SMB?
Use SMB on "cleaner solutions"?

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Postby maynman1751 » April 26th, 2012, 12:59 pm

philddreamer wrote:It was probably an echo from repeating "iron sulphate".


Now, I have a question. Should we then use iron sulphate for precipitating the gold out of dirty solutions, instead of SMB?
Use SMB on "cleaner solutions"?

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I would imagine so. It's not often that that man is mistaken! 8)


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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby butcher » April 26th, 2012, 1:34 pm

You are very correct, I did make a mistake in my use of words, I meant to say sodium metabisulfite, (and not sodium metabisulfate), the endings in these chemical names are important as they contain differing amounts of oxygen and so they can react differently in solution.

Thank you for catching my goof, this also shows me your paying close attention and learning, and if I were allowed to use the wrong name for a chemical, some new member could think that it would work, or that we use that chemical when we do not, and not know I used the wrong name for that chemical, with chemistry and mixing chemicals and metals, using the wrong chemicals or chemical name, could become dangerous, I will post a correction to the post above in red.

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I think dirty solutions can be hard to precipitate from, no matter what chemical used, take the case of tin in solution for example tin is involved in electronics from the solder, when in a solution dissolved with gold, tin will reduce the gold, forming colloids in solution, these gold metal particles will not settle but become charged particles, and repel each other they will not combine, to precipitate, but keep each other in solution, they also have been reduced to metal gold particles (by the reaction with tin), so they have already have gained back their missing electrons, so adding a copper buss bar will not cement them or reduce them to metals (they are already reduced), these gold particles are already reduced to metal so stannous chloride will not test for gold in this solution, they are already gold metal particles so a chemicals will not reduce them, so we are stuck here, we cannot tell there is gold in this solution and we cannot precipitate the gold unless we can break the colloid, (high heat and raising acid content can help some here).

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Postby Geo » April 26th, 2012, 1:42 pm

butcher wrote:You are very correct, I did make a mistake in my use of words, I meant to say sodium metabisulfite, (and not sodium metabisulfate), the endings in these chemical names are important as they contain differing amounts of oxygen and so they can react differently in solution.

Thank you for catching my goof, this also shows me your paying close attention and learning, and if I were allowed to use the wrong name for a chemical, some new member could think that it would work, or that we use that chemical when we do not, and not know I used the wrong name for that chemical, with chemistry and mixing chemicals and metals, using the wrong chemicals or chemical name, could become dangerous, I will post a correction to the post above in red.

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I think dirty solutions can be hard to precipitate from, no matter what chemical used, take the case of tin in solution for example tin is involved in electronics from the solder, when in a solution dissolved with gold, tin will reduce the gold, forming colloids in solution, these gold metal particles will not settle but become charged particles, and repel each other they will not combine, to precipitate, but keep each other in solution, they also have been reduced to metal gold particles (by the reaction with tin), so they have already have gained back their missing electrons, so adding a copper buss bar will not cement them or reduce them to metals (they are already reduced), these gold particles are already reduced to metal so stannous chloride will not test for gold in this solution, they are already gold metal particles so a chemicals will not reduce them, so we are stuck here, we cannot tell there is gold in this solution and we cannot precipitate the gold unless we can break the colloid, (high heat and raising acid content can help some here).


also keep in mind that these solutions will have a distinctive color, ranging from mauve to royal blue and even red.

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Postby philddreamer » April 26th, 2012, 2:02 pm

Butcher wrote:
I have not noticed any more base metals precipitating when using FeSO4 than I have from using SMB. In fact I would guess that SMB in excess would be more likely to precipitate copper than ferrous sulfate in excess would, especially if your gold solution was contaminated with copper.


The material that I process has little tin, & most of the base metals are removed when I run the material either thru HCl or nitric in order to get rid of most of the base metals. So, copper & a bit of silver are usually the contaminants present in my AR. That's why I asked if precipitating my first round of AR with iron sulphate would give a "cleaner" gold; so, then I run the gold thru AR a second time, then precipitate with SMB. It was just a thought.

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Postby Harold_V » April 26th, 2012, 2:12 pm

batesy53 wrote:thanks harold,so do i just leave it 2 do its thing for a little while???

thx
chris

The reaction, assuming you have eliminated nitric completely, is immediate. No wait time is required, and the change is visibly obvious in that the solution clouds immediately, and changes color because the gold is removed as a solution. The cloudiness that appears is the fine particles of gold that precipitate.

We're a bit touchy (at least I am) on the use of trick substitutes of numbers for words. You will be well served to stop using the number 2 when you mean *to* or *too*. I get down-right unreasonable when folks do that. Here, where the use of wrong terms can spell the difference between success and failure---or danger and safety, we try to be very precise in what we say, and how it is said. None of us are perfect, but we do our best by eliminating contractions that may not be clear to some folks, in particular those who do not use English as a first language.

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Postby butcher » April 26th, 2012, 9:26 pm

Philddreamer,
Hoke’s book speaks of refining the second time using a different precipitant than you used the first time, she says it helps, I believe these may act slightly different on which metals may also precipitate slightly from the solutions, but I am not real sure of details?

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Postby philddreamer » April 26th, 2012, 9:50 pm

Thanks Richard!
I remembered reading so, & that's why I asked. Maybe the iron sulphate first & on the second SMB. I'm going to give a shot on my next batch.

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Postby kjavanb123 » October 13th, 2012, 2:12 pm

SBrown wrote:
butcher wrote:Copperas or ferrous sulfate is a very good gold precipitant, in fact many times I prefer Copperas for precipitating gold instead of using sodium metabisulfate.

Hokes book also uses copperas to precipitate gold, she even explains how to test for gold in solution using ferrous sulfate.

I have not noticed any more base metals precipitating when using FeSO4 than I have from using SMB. In fact I would guess that SMB in excess would be more likely to precipitate copper than ferrous sulfate in excess would, especially if your gold solution was contaminated with copper.

Ferrous sulfate is a salt of iron (iron and sulfuric acid), but it does not act the same in a copper solution as the elemental metal Iron would react to precipitate the copper, the iron metal bar has all of its electrons to share and will give these electrons up to the copper in solution, so copper ions would convert to metal copper powder, the ferrous sulfate does not have excess electrons to share and so it does not precipitate the copper, so here copper and iron can be in solution together as ions.


Butcher,


hank you for the correction and explanation.

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All,

As far as the copperas precitpiating only gold and not copper from a Au/Cu solution, I have to disagree, since I had a solution from AP process for fingers, and percipitated using copperas and the it produced gray/black powder instead of expected brown powder, after ammonia addition and boil, it turned dark brown color, so some other metals must have co-precipitated with gold.

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Postby butcher » October 13th, 2012, 2:41 pm

I was not trying to say that no copper would precipitate from using ferrous sulfate when precipitating gold from a dirty solution loaded with gold.

I was trying to explain that I believe less copper would precipitate from the same solution if copperous was used as opposed to SMB.

I have not noticed any more base metals precipitating when using FeSO4 than I have from using SMB. In fact I would guess that SMB in excess would be more likely to precipitate copper than ferrous sulfate in excess would, especially if your gold solution was contaminated with copper.

I never said "copperas precitpiating only gold and not copper from a Au/Cu solution" as you assumed I was saying, when precipitating gold from dirty solutions you will get that dirt in your precipitatant, in this case precipitating gold from a solution loaded with copper you will precipitate copper with your gold, which ever of these reagents you use.

I was also not discussing using ferrous sulfate as a recovery method by using it to precipitate gold from a solution heavily contaminated with copper as with precipitating gold from a copper solution, I was discussing using ferrous sulfate to precipitate gold from a gold solution with minor copper contaminate in the gold chloride solution as in the refining process as opposed to the recovery process.

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Postby badran106 » October 23rd, 2013, 2:13 am

i saw that butcher is giving us information...i will read it later ....thank you man you are kind..

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Postby butcher » October 23rd, 2013, 2:23 am

badran106,

Basically garbage in your gold solution you get garbage out.
Keep the garbage out of your gold solutions.
That way you can precipitate a more pure gold from solution.
:lol:

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby spaceships » October 23rd, 2013, 6:47 pm

To back up Butcher on his post. Excess SMB at outset appears to makes the dropping of any copper in solution with the gold very much more likely.

We've tried using large quantities of SMB to take the Chlorine out of a solution without boiling it off, and it has usually (over 70% of the time) resulted in a "dirty drop," pulling down any copper left, with the gold.

I have no experience with Ferrous Sulphate so I cannot comment on that part.

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby steyr223 » October 24th, 2013, 3:41 am

Hey guys
I have used in excess of 30 to 100 time
Smb for probely my first 25 drops
Just for the record my gold has always been 98+%
So what do you consider excess smb
and what do you consider the amount of copper the extra
smb is dragging down.

One of my very first drops was from
A/R and I remember putting in so much smb( way over
used nitric) about a 1/2 of a container of smb but my gold dropped :mrgreen:

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby butcher » October 25th, 2013, 12:08 am

Why??

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Postby bswartzwelder » October 25th, 2013, 10:26 am

steyr223 wrote:Hey guys
I have used in excess of 30 to 100 time
Smb for probely my first 25 drops
Just for the record my gold has always been 98+%
So what do you consider excess smb
and what do you consider the amount of copper the extra
smb is dragging down.

One of my very first drops was from
A/R and I remember putting in so much smb( way over
used nitric) about a 1/2 of a container of smb but my gold dropped :mrgreen:

Thanks steyr223 rob


I am pretty certain it takes about 1.1 ounces of SMB to precipitate 1 ounce of gold from your solution. By dumping in excess amounts of any chemical, you are creating more waste which at some time will need to be dealt with. Just my humble $0,02 worth.

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby rickbb » October 25th, 2013, 11:27 am

Perhaps your gold would have been 99.7%+ instead of 98%+ if you had only used the minimum amount of SMB?

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Re: will ferrous sulphate drop the gold???

Postby steyr223 » October 25th, 2013, 11:46 am

rickbb wrote:Perhaps your gold would have been 99.7%+ instead of 98%+ if you had only used the minimum amount of SMB?


Yes yes but of course that's funny you
mention 99.7%+ because that's exactly
what I get now :lol:

I guess thats my answer

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