Reactions Science Videos | November 10, 2021
The ocean has about 20 million tons of gold in it — that’s around 700 TRILLION DOLLARS worth of gold! In this episode of Reactions, we explore how, for over a century, people have struggled to collect it. And we see if, where they failed, we can succeed.
Gold in seawater
Is there gold in the ocean?
There’s gold in seawater but we can’t get to it
New England Gold Hoax of 1898: Greed Meets Moxie
Extraction of gold from seawater
Patent design for extracting gold from seawater
'Sunbeams from cucumbers': an early twentieth-century gold-from-seawater extraction scheme in northern New South Wales
Prescott Jernegan and the Gold from Seawater Swindle
Chemistry: Mining the Sea
Scientists invent method to extract gold from liquid waste
$771 Trillion Worth Of Gold Lies Hidden In The Ocean: Good Luck Getting It
Germany’s Post-World War I Scheme to Extract Gold from Water
Science: Gold in sea water – not enough to get rich
Diving into the History of Seabed Mining
Rapid, Selective Extraction of Trace Amounts of Gold from Complex Water Mixtures with a Metal–Organic Framework (MOF)/Polymer Composite
Uranium removal from seawater by means of polymeric fabrics grafted with diallyl oxalate through a single-step, solvent-free process
Optimizing and evaluating the operational factors affecting the cyanide leaching circuit of the Aghdareh gold processing plant using a CCD model
Produced by the American Chemical Society.