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What do you do with 585 gold when you have to melt it down because it can contain different alloys? and got a better answer
This alloy has 58.5 gold, the rest is copper. So there's no question.
This alloy has 585 gold and the rest is copper. So there's no question about it.
.Soviet gold is smelted, it's less than 585 proof. Did you work in Soviet times at the Assay Office and personally check the assay of products? No? And who told you such a lie? Isn't Ekho Moskvy the most deceitful radio station with the most deceitful journalists? Do you believe them? Well, believe them, believe them. The time will come and they will lie to you without even thinking about it.
Different only to you. To an expert, you can see all the impurities by the color. Nickel gives a yellow hue copper pink silver white.