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Source:Phys.OrgA more efficient and cost-effective way to detect lanthanides, the rare earth metals used in smartphones and other technologies, could be possible with a new protein-based sensor that changes its fluorescence when it binds to these metals. A team of researchers from Penn State developed the sensor from a protein they recently described and subsequently used it to explore the biology of bacteria that use lanthanides. A study describing the sensor appears online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.'Lanthanides are used in a variety of current technologies, includin...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 25
Source:TechnoBleakPremium Research Report on Rare Earth Polishing Powder Market made available by Worldwide Market Reports 2018 – 2023 offering latest Industry review, Regional market, Opportunities, Emerging growth factor, Drivers, challenges, Characterization, application, innovation, openings, future guide, and most recent market competitors joined with their market share. The report covers a thorough perception of the Keywaord market and identifies the key trends associated with the different sectors of the market.This Rare Earth Polishing Powder market report focuses on Value Chain Analys...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 24
Source:Phys.OrgA team of researchers from China, the U.S. and Australia has found that adding the rare-earth element samarium to piezoelectric crystals can dramatically improve their performance. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes their work and how well the altered crystals performed when tested. Ji?í Hlinka with Fyzikální ústav Akademie Věd ?eské Republiky has published a Perspective piece on the work done by the team in the same journal issue.Piezoelectric devices have been in the news a lot lately as scientists have been looking in...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 23
Source:The determination and patience of a small group of investors will eventually see the reopening of the Steenkampskraal mine in the Northern Cape to mine one of the world’s largest reserves of rare earth minerals. No more than five private shareholders have stuck with their vision for nearly 20 years, and have contributed millions in capital and loans to keep the opportunity alive.These investors hold the major interest in Steenkampskraal Holdings Limited (SHL), which owns 74% of Steenkampskraal Monazite Mine (Pty) Ltd. The balance of 26% has been placed in a trust for the mine’s employee...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 23
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