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source:canadaNews releaseA close-up photo of a metallic machine, with text: “$6M towards critical minerals development and building a Green Prairie Economy in Saskatchewan.”Saskatchewan Research Council to advance processing and commercialization of rare earth elements with support from the Government of CanadaMarch 14, 2024 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Prairies Economic Development CanadaSaskatchewan is a mining powerhouse, providing potash for agriculture, uranium for clean fuel, helium for medical and industrial use, and now rare earth elements (REEs), which are used in electric vehicles (EV...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 20
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Brazilian Critical Minerals achieves ‘exceptional’ recoveries of up to 87% at its Ema ionic REE project Brazilian Critical Minerals delivers ‘exceptional’ recoveries up to 87% of in-demand rare earth elements neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbiumLeachability response confirms rare earths are present in ionic form and leachable at low operating costsMaiden resource estimate is underway at the Ema project in Brazil’s Apuí regionSpecial Report: First-pass leach test results at the Ema project in Brazil’s Apuí region has produced ‘exceptional’ recoveries of the four most i...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 19
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source:phys.orgResearchers at the University of Bayreuth have made a significant scientific breakthrough by identifying new yttrium-hydrogen compounds, a discovery that has serious implications for research on high-pressure superconductivity. High-pressure superconductivity refers to the property of materials to become superconducting, which means they conduct electrical current without resistance when exposed to certain pressure conditions. The study is published in Science Advances.Several rare-earth superhydrides are known for being reported to be near-room-temperature superconductors at hi...
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Zircons reveal the history of fluctuations in the oxidation state of crustal magmatism and the supercontinent cycle source:phys.orgZircons, a mineral nearly as old as Earth itself, crystalize when magmas (molten rocks) cool and can be found in trace quantities in magmatic rocks. The formation of magma constitutes the mountains on the Earth. Through interactions with water and the atmosphere, the mountains break down into sediments.Zircons are so durable and resistant to weathering and erosion that they rarely go away, and therefore, this mineral in sediments (so-called "detrital zirc...
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