Chelated minerals have a higher concentration of Gold than regular mineral powdings, according to a study published in the journal Chemical Science.
The research was carried out by a group of researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) and the University at Buffalo.
The study, which used the same protocol as the one used by the UK’s National Health Service, found that chelated mineral grains, which contain a mixture of gold and aluminium, were nearly three times more concentrated in the powder than regular grains.
The team, which included scientists from the US and Italy, used gold chloride and sulphur dioxide as the main elements of the chelated powder, and also used sodium hydroxide to neutralise the zinc.
The researchers then added a mixture made up of iron, aluminium and sulphate to the powder, making the mixture a mixture containing about 10% aluminium and 1% zinc.
The authors concluded that the chelation process would make the powders more stable and more effective.
“A combination of high purity, high concentration, and low temperature also results in better solubility and stability of the powder, with the chelating agent being more effective in reducing the solubilities of the mineral powder,” they wrote.
“The result is that chelation can achieve more stable, and therefore more effective, powders.”
However, the researchers also warned that chelators should not rely on the powder to make a significant dent in the concentration of the gold.
“In addition, chelated powders should not be used as a primary source of gold because the chelator can affect the concentration level of the powder,” the authors said.
“The gold should be used in the form of chelated minerals, rather than chelated powders.”
The most effective use of chelates would be for the production of high-grade metals, such as silver and gold.
“Chelating powders are usually made from pure copper or zinc, which can be found in a variety of forms.
Gold can also be chelated, and the researchers say that the gold has a much higher concentration than normal minerals.
But the study’s authors say that cheaters should not simply use powders that have a significant concentration of a metal to make gold.
They also suggest that chelations are not enough to make the mineral powder safer.”
While the gold-based powders can be used safely in the production process, it should be understood that there is a possibility that the metals in the chelations may be toxic to humans and animals,” they added.”
It is important that individuals are trained to ensure that chelicerates are not used in their production processes, or that the materials are stored in an environment that does not expose them to harmful levels of metal-containing products.