Corn trivia: corn can really extract gold

In 1934, a former chemist named Babicika in the Soviet Union found that 10 grams of gold per…

In 1934, a former chemist named Babicika in the Soviet Union found that 10 grams of gold per ton of corn ash was 50 times that of gold in the local soil. It’s really big news that corn grows out of gold.


Corn trivia: corn can really extract gold
Corn trivia: corn can really extract gold

Later, it was found that there were 7-10 grams of gold in the ash of tons of pine and cedar, and even the gold content of the plant-eating chafer was 2.5 times higher than that of corn.

If you put 1 kg of chafer in the furnace, you can practice 25 mg of gold.

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