What Electronics Have Gold in Them?

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Many electronics that are used daily contain small trace amounts of gold in them. Gold is used within electronics to make them optimally functional by using it for pieces such as gold plated contacts and gold wires within microprocessors. However, the amount of gold is minuscule and not worth mining out.
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No idea, but if you want to extract gold from an old computer or machine, you're going to need tons of old computers/machines only to get a few milligrams, really not worth it. However
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