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It is telling you something about gold!
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Gold and silver are going to skyrocket beyond anyone's imagination and I'll be back to pull up old naysayer's posts to throw it in their faces.
for what reason are these metals going to skyrocket?
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Just read the post to which I replied and see if you can figure this out yourself.
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No, silver conducts almost as well oxidized- for jewlrey, itís cosmetic.

Rhodium is used mostly in catalytic converters. Itís also used in the nuclear industry for neutron dttectors in the core of the reactor ( Rh absorbs the neutron, them undergoes Beta dacay- if insulated you can measure the current to map the core neutron flux.)

Itís also used with platinum, for very high temperature thermocouples.

Itís also used as an industrial plating due to its extreme corrosion resistance..
i used to work in gold jewelry manufacturing. i used rhodium plating every single day.
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dont knock yourself out by actually responding
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dont knock yourself out by actually responding
This is a financial forum, people are expected to have a basic ability to read and understand simple groups of words. If you are confused then just try reading more slowly.
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No, silver conducts almost as well oxidized- for jewlrey, itís cosmetic.



Rhodium is used mostly in catalytic converters. Itís also used in the nuclear industry for neutron dttectors in the core of the reactor ( Rh absorbs the neutron, them undergoes Beta dacay- if insulated you can measure the current to map the core neutron flux.)



Itís also used with platinum, for very high temperature thermocouples.



Itís also used as an industrial plating due to its extreme corrosion resistance..


Youíre probably right that most of it goes to cats but it definitely is used in electronic contacts as well.



https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.the...lications/amp/

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Platinum, palladium, rhodium and iridium are used to coat electrodes, the tiny components in all electronic products which help to control the flow of electricity.
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Youíre probably right that most of it goes to cats but it definitely is used in electronic contacts as well.



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Platinum, palladium, rhodium and iridium are used to coat electrodes, the tiny components in all electronic products which help to control the flow of electricity.
Iíve never seen it used on contacts, not to say it isnt. It is used on contact surfaces ( where there is a sliding motion, and itís hardness is warented) The person who wrote the quoted sentence is an idiot. Rhodium electrodes ( usually platinum-rhodium) are used in analytical chemistry to sense electronegativity- the idea being not to let any current flow, but to measure a voltage. Electrodes are rarely used in electronics-Iíd guess the most common examples are EKGs, pacemakers, defrubralators, and TASERs. More common in everyday use is the earth electrode- ie ground rod. Generically a electrode is something that conducts current into a non metal subatance- air, soil, a liquid/solution/electrolyte , or the body, for example.
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It hit over $4500 recently, now in a pullback to 4000.
Still think it's predicting much high AU prices.
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About 30 tons mined per year, mostly as platinum byproduct.
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