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What metal is more precious than platium?
Question Date: 2011-11-09
Answer 1:

In terms of more precious metals, Rhodium has recently become quite expensive because of it's usefulness in new technologies (catalysts, to be specific).Hope this helps!

Answer 2:

Rhodium is usually more expensive than gold and platinum.It is used in catalysts, like the catalytic converter on an automobile that reduces NOx gasses to N2 and O2.



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