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source:INNQuébec's underexplored Nunavik region has drawn interest for its critical metals potential as the world transitions to green energy. Find out which companies are mining and exploring in this developing area.When most people think about Québec, they don't think of tundra, taigas and Arctic wildlife.Yet that's exactly what characterizes Nunavik, an area that is situated in the northernmost part of the Nord-du-Québec administrative region and comprises a full third of the province. Much of Nunavik remains unsettled — as of 2021, its roughly half a million squa...
Release time: 2023 - 09 - 01
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source:Elko DailySamarium is the next element on our list to investigate, just after the radioactive promethium that we did two weeks ago. Discovered in 1879 by French chemist Paul-Émile Lecoq de Boisbaudran, samarium was named after the mineral samarskite, radioactive rare earth mineral series whose chemical composition has the chemical formula (YFe3+Fe2+U,Th,Ca)2(Nb,Ta)2O8.The mineral itself was named after a Russian mine official, Colonel Vassili Samarsky-Bykhovets, who thus became the first person to have a chemical element named after him, although you can say it was done indirectly,...
Release time: 2023 - 08 - 31
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source:SMALL CAPSAltech Batteries (ASX: ATC) has completed the final design phase for key equipment for its ground-breaking Silumina anodes pilot plant project in Saxony, Germany.The company says it has completed the blueprint for the front-end calciners and the pilot plant layout – two important components of an ongoing definitive feasibility study for the proposed 10,000 tonne per annum Silumina anodes plant.The company is targeting the booming European electric vehicle market with the Silumina Anodes product which has been assessed to be able to achieve a 30% higher energy battery with impr...
Release time: 2023 - 08 - 31
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source:WVNewsResearchers in Appalachia’s coal country are exploring the possibility of transforming toxic waste into valuable resources. Abandoned coal mines have left behind pollution that contains a surplus of rare earth elements. These elements are crucial for manufacturing electronics, electric vehicles, lighting, and lasers. As the demand for rare earths continues to rise globally, with China currently dominating the market, there is a growing interest in finding alternative sources, such as increasing recycling efforts.Extracting rare earths from coal waste not only offers the opportunit...
Release time: 2023 - 08 - 29
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