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source:Innovation news workRare Element Resources’ rare earth recovery technology has significant economic and environmental advantages over traditional methods and will be refined and confirmed at a demonstration scale in mid-2024.Rare Element Resources (RER), in cooperation with its technology partner, defence and diversified technology industry leader General Atomics (GA), and the Department of Energy (DOE), has engineered and is currently constructing a rare earth processing and separation plant to scale-up and further refine their innovative rare earth recovery technology.This rare earth ...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 08
Appia Rare Earths and Uranium Corp: Developing critical REE and uranium assets to power tomorrow’s technologies today source:innovation news workAppia’s portfolio, spanning regions in Canada rich in both REE and uranium, along with the promising PCH Ionic Adsorption Clay REE project in Brazil, has great potential for our clean energy future.Rare earth elements (REE) remain largely unnoticed in our daily lives. Yet these seventeen minerals, including the priority magnet REE neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbium, will play a vital role in powering the 21st-century technologies we ...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 07
source:phys.orgResearchers have developed a new system for imaging nanoparticles. It consists of a high-precision, short-wave infrared imaging technique capable of capturing the photoluminescence lifetimes of rare-earth doped nanoparticles in the micro- to millisecond range.This discovery, which is titled "Short-wave Infrared Photoluminescence Lifetime Mapping of Rare-Earth Doped Nanoparticles Using All-Optical Streak Imaging" and published in the journal Advanced Science, paves the way for promising applications, particularly in the biomedical and information security fields.Rare-ea...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 06
source:eurekalertRecycling facilities collect glass and mercury from thrown away fluorescent bulbs, but discarded lighting could also supply rare-earth metals for reuse. The 17 metals referred to as rare earths aren’t all widely available and aren’t easily extracted with existing recycling methods. Now, researchers have found a simpler way to collect slightly magnetic particles that contain rare-earth metals from spent fluorescent bulbs. The team describes its proof-of-concept magnetized chromatography method in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. Many modern technologies, such a...
Release time: 2024 - 03 - 05
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