Researchers strike gold with electrical waste

September 2016
Engineer (00137758);Sep2016, Vol. 297 Issue 7879, p10
The article reports that researchers at Edinburgh University have developed a means of retrieving gold from electrical waste including old mobile phones, televisions, and computers and presents the views of professor Jason Love from School of Chemistry at the University, on retrieval of gold.


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