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Find all your old friends and colleagues at MyLife. William Albert Carl Bleifuss born in Lowell, WI on Oct 26, 1886 - died in Beaver Dam, WI on Feb 27, 1976 at the age of 89. Buried in Washington Cemetery in Wisconsin. Family includes; spouse Elsie Agnes Lena Riege Bleifuss, 2 children Louretta Ida Irene Bleifuss and Angerina Bertha Bleifuss Kircher. William D Bleifuss born on 1903 - died on 1995 at the age of 92.
Here's where you can find i. It's possible to recover this gold, but it takes a fair amount of know-how since the process typically involves burning the electronics to a crisp and using cyanide or acid to separate the gold. It's not particularly environmentally friendly, but it's effective. You may be asking yourself why gold is used in electronics, rather than copper, which is more affordable, or silver, which is a superior electrical conductor. The reason is that copper isn't really up to the task, while silver corrodes too quickly.
Author: William Bleifuss
Publisher: Macmillan Pub Co (October 1, 1981)
Pages: 182 pages
ePUB size: 1696 kb
FB2 size: 1314 kb
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