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mining news blog resources & publications back to q&a list what is the role of cyanide in mining cyanide is a naturally occurring chemical that is found in low concentrations throughout nature including in fruits nuts plants and insects. it has been used by the mining industry to separate gold and silver particles from ore for over 120 years.
the slurry (1) of ground ore and lime moves into a series of six leach tanks (2) where a sodium cyanide solution is added. the tanks provide sufficient retention time to allow the gold and silver to be dissolved by the cyanide solution. oxygen is added to assist in this process. the slurry then moves through a series of carbon adsorption tanks (3).
citigold corporation has access to a modern gold extraction plant that is located away from the populated areas of charters towers about 10 kilometres south west of the city centre along the gregory highway on the historically rich black jack mine site.
the major role played by calcium in gold plant circuits by r.j. davidson* and m.j. sole† synopsis arguments are presented in favour of a new interpretation of the chemistry pertaining to the dissolution of gold when this takes place in typical gold plant leach circuits where calcium is present in solution.