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Source:Investing NewsBattery metals lithium and cobalt tend to get the most attention in electric vehicle (EV) discussions, but according to Byron King, rare earths are “the real secret to EVs.”Speaking at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, King, who is editor of Rickards’ Gold Speculator at Agora Financial, said, “first of all, there are rare earths in the batteries; and second of all, the traction motors … those traction motors run on strong rare earth magnets.”He added, “and you’re talking about moving from a few ounces of rare earths in a car to sever...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 12
Source: Research NewsRare earth elements like neodymium and dysprosium are essential for technologies such as solar and wind energy, advanced vehicles, and modern electronics like smartphones. But a shortage of rare earth element production in the United States puts our energy security at risk. China produces roughly 90 percent of all such elements.Recovering them from phosphogypsum—waste from phosphoric acid production—is a potential solution. Each year, the US mines an estimated 250 million tons of phosphate rock to produce phosphoric acid for fertilizers. The US mined approximately 28 milli...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 11
Source:Popular MechanicsThe viability of a renewable energy future relies on the ready supply of REEs, or rare-earth elements. There are 17 REEs in the periodic table and, though the name suggests otherwise, they are actually plentiful in the earth’s crust. The challenge is that these elements are not often concentrated in ore deposits, which makes them expensive and unreliable as an extractable resource for domestic use or export. This in part explains the shortage of these materials being extracted in the United States.Two of these rare-earth elements, neodymium (Nd) and dysprosium (Dy), are...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 11
Source:ScienceAlertRare earth elements are essential for building everything from smartphones to solar power plants, but extracting them from the ground comes with a high cost in terms of expense, effort, and environmental impact. That could be about to change.Researchers have discovered a new way to get some of these elements out of phosphate rock waste (or phosphogypsum) in what could be a huge boost for clean energy development.The trick is using organic acids produced by bacteria to do the hard work of extracting rare earth elements (REEs) from phosphogypsum. The researchers tried a number...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 07
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