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source: Indian Institute of ScienceThe human eye can only see light at certain frequencies (called the visible spectrum), the lowest of which constitutes red light. Infrared light, which we can't see, has an even lower frequency than red light. Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have now fabricated a device to increase or "up-convert" the frequency of short infrared light to the visible range.Up-conversion of light has diverse applications, especially in defense and optical communications. In a first, the IISc team used a 2D material to design what they call a ...
Release time: 2024 - 07 - 17
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source:Innovation news networkNamibia Critical Metals, together with its strategic partner, JOGMEC, is rapidly accelerating development of its flagship Lofdal heavy rare earth deposit in Namibia.Namibia Critical Metals Inc. (TSXV:NMI  OTCQB:NMREF) is developing the Tier-1 heavy rare earth project, Lofdal, which is a major deposit of the heavy rare earth metals dysprosium and terbium.Demand for these critical metals used in permanent magnets for electric vehicles, wind turbines and other electronics is driven by innovations linked to energy and technology transformations.The geopolitical r...
Release time: 2024 - 07 - 12
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source:miningRare earths developer Aclara Resources (TSX: ARA) has entered into a strategic alliance with magnets producer VAC to provide a “mine-to-magnets” solution, targeting the growing market for environmental, social and governance (ESG)-compliant permanent magnets needed in electric vehicles (EVs) and clean technologies. The tie up capitalizes on Aclara’s position as a potential supplier of rare earth minerals essential for magnet production and VAC’s expertise as a leading magnet producer outside Asia. “This collaboration is aimed at streamlining the supply chain for rare ear...
Release time: 2024 - 07 - 11
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source:Tokyo Institute of TechnologyResearchers from Tokyo Tech have identified hexagonal perovskite-related Ba5R2Al2SnO13 oxides (R = rare earth metal) as materials with exceptionally high proton conductivity and thermal stability.Their unique crystal structure and large number of oxygen vacancies enable full hydration and high proton diffusion, making these materials ideal candidates as electrolytes for next-generation protonic ceramic fuel cells that can operate at intermediate temperatures without degradation. The study presents a significant advancement in fuel cell technology.Fuel cells ...
Release time: 2024 - 07 - 10
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