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Volume 12, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400


Credit must undoubtedly be given to the arsenic process of removing base metals from native platinum, and principally to its practice by Janety, the Master Goldsmith of Paris, in the years just before and during the French Revolution for leading to the first real exploitation of platinum as an industrial metal and for enabling its properties to be fully appreciated.


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