Gold Chlorination Process by Miller
Miller’s Gold Chlorination process was introduced by F.B. Miller. The refining process employs chlorine gas, which passed into molten gold covered with a layer of borax and silica, and reacts with most of metals present in the molten charge. Platinum group metals do not react. Basically, gold is slightly attacked in the first moments and all the chlorides formed rise to the surface and are,Processing, smelting and refining gold | World Gold Council,The Miller process is rapid and simple, but it produces gold of only about 99.5 percent purity. The Wohlwill process increases purity to about 99.99 percent by electrolysis. In this process, a casting of impure gold is lowered into an electrolyte solution of hydrochloric acid and gold chloride.Manuals & Parts - Miller,Find replacement parts and get the most from your Miller products by downloading the specific Owner's Manual for your unit. From safety precautions, operations/setup information, and maintenance to troubleshooting and parts lists, Miller's manuals provide detailed answers to your product questions.