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    Canadian coin comp - and a got a few 99.9 % nickel
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    Default just his opinon....

    well its his 5 cent opinon...right lol

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    lol well if the US nickel is even 25%.... lol. Im sure there is a way to separate it...

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    Lucky you, guys, just think about people like me, living in the european community... our "nickels" are yellow, brass made

    Meanwhile, as my ex-wife requested my help for putting out his old dishwasher, I am seriously considering about extracting some nickel plated pieces before taking it out to the recycling/disposal area.

    Have you considered taking a tour to your local waste disposal area? Lots of electro-appliances for home use are rich in nickel plated parts and/or stainless steel.

    My only problem by now is how to manage to recognize parts plated with CHROME, as formation of hexavalent chromium compounds inside the electrolyzer is very possible and is one of the last things I would like to happen close to me...

    Any ideeas on how to recognize Ni, Cr and other related metals?

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltherPP9mm View Post

    Any ideas on how to recognize Ni, Cr and other related metals?

    Thank you.
    Look for non magnetic metals, nickel is non magnetic, and good stainless is not very magnetic, chrome is magnetic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mytoyotasucks View Post
    Look for non magnetic metals, nickel is non magnetic, and good stainless is not very magnetic, chrome is magnetic.
    Actually that is a very common misconception. There are three common magnetic metals. They are Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt. There are other very rare elements that are magnetic but they are very rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2OPWR View Post
    Actually that is a very common misconception. There are three common magnetic metals. They are Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt. There are other very rare elements that are magnetic but they are very rare.

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    my 99.9% nickel money is non magnetic, but my 25% nickel money is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mytoyotasucks View Post
    my 99.9% nickel money is non magnetic, but my 25% nickel money is.
    ok my bad - didnt look at the years of the coins - the 99.9% are magnetic.
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    ok Tried the 99.9% nickel money and very little production.

    my 304 switch plates did way more production, same electrolyte and same voltage.
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