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Modern Day Alchemists Grow Silver Crystals from Copper Waste

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This may look like some ordinary, run-of-the-mill factory, but there's some modern day magic going on here. Row after row of metal is dipped into a special liquid called copper anode slime, a waste product that is made during the production and smelting of copper, and that's when the unbelievable starts to happen. Just like in the olden days of the alchemists, these industrialists are turning base metals into silver.

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