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Source:Investing News NetworkLocated in Western Australia, Northern’s flagship Browns Range rare earths project is currently being assessed via pilot plant for both technical and economic feasibility.To date, the pilot plant, which has been in operation since late 2018, has produced a total of 28,068 kilograms of rare earth carbonate.Northern has completed a maiden mineral resource for the Dazzler deposit, which is located within the Browns Range property. Testing at Dazzler estimates that the deposit’s grade is three times the average of the rest of Browns Range.The recently announced reverse...
Release time: 2019 - 05 - 06
Source:Prensa LatinaLuanda, Apr 29 (Prensa Latina) Angola will put into operation a rare earth mine next year in the town of Longonjo, in the central province of Huambo, news reports said on Monday.The studies between the state company Ferrangol and the Australian company Pesana determined the presence of about 23 billion tons of valuable metals known as rare earths, very useful in the production of mobile phones and other high-tech media.Considered the gold of the 21st century, these minerals have physical-chemical properties that allow them with other alloys to conduct heat, electricity and ...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 30
Source:WKBN.comSHARON, Pa. (WKBN) - The Sharon-based Winner Development Company continues to find uses for the former Westinghouse Electric plant. Its latest venture is a high-tech project that deals with byproducts of coal ash.It'll only create six jobs initially, and no one will say how many there could eventually be, but at least for a while, it'll make use of a small portion of the huge building.'We'll set up an operation right in here. We'll bring in some ash to demonstrate on,' said Todd Beers of Winner Water Services.Later this summer, Winner Water will use a fed...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 29
Source:SciDailyA team of researchers developed the sensor from a protein they recently described and then used it to explore the biology of bacteria that use lanthanides. The sensor could offer a more efficient and cost-effective way to detect the rare-earth metals.“Lanthanides are used in a variety of current technologies, including the screens and electronics of smartphones, batteries of electric cars, satellites, and lasers,” says Joseph Cotruvo, Jr., professor of chemistry at Penn State and senior author of the study.“These elements are called rare earths, and they include chemical element...
Release time: 2019 - 04 - 26
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