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Australian Strategic Materials produces key heavy rare earth metal dysprosium at Korean facility source:Proactive Investors AustraliaThe metallisation process has now been proven for the Dubbo Project’s key permanent magnet rare earth products - dysprosium, praseodymium and neodymium.Australian Strategic Materials Ltd (ASX:ASM) has produced another key permanent magnet metal, dysprosium, via its partner Ziron Technology Corporation at a laboratory at the Ziron Tech facility in Korea.The company produced 0.76 kilograms of high purity dysprosium which assayed at 99.6% using less energy...
Release time: 2020 - 09 - 15
source:AsiaTimesTin mining tailings could contain commercial quantities of rare earths both US and China would be keen to tapJAKARTA – Rare earth, the experts like to say, is neither rare nor is it earth. But given its use in everything from smartphones to high-tech aerospace and defense systems, a potential buried treasure from the past may soon become the next big thing in Indonesian mining.Indonesia appears to have only modest proven amounts of the v valuable minerals, but much of what it does have is locked away in the rock waste, or tailings, left over from centuries of tin mining on the ...
Release time: 2020 - 09 - 14
source:The Market HeraldIonic Rare Earths (IXR) has announced results from its drilling program have continued to deliver thick, high-grade rare earth element (REE) mineralisation.The 3700-metre program began in July this year and is planned to increase the potential of the 26-kilometre long mineralisation corridor at the Makuutu Rare Earths Project in Uganda.Pleasingly, the results further reinforce the continuity of total rare earth oxide (TREO).Significant results include 15.1 metres at 703 parts per million (ppm) TREO from 5.5 metres, 9.6 metres at 1026ppm TREO from 7.9 metres, 10.1 metres...
Release time: 2020 - 09 - 11
source:The Inddependent Barents ObserverToday, Afrikanda looks like an abandoned village with run-down houses, rackety roads and piles of scrap metal scattered around. It is a sharp contrast to Soviet days when this was a  bustling site of military significance.The Afrikanda airfield dates back to the 2WW. It got a major upgrade in the early 1950s as base for the Soviet 431st Fighter Aviation Regiment. A big number of fighter planes were based on site until the late 1990s, and in 2001 the base was officially closed and abandoned.Talks with the MilitaryThis is still military ground. But th...
Release time: 2020 - 09 - 10
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