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Hard Single-Molecule Magnets for Data Storage: Tetranuclear Rare Earth Metal Complexes With Giant Spin source:SciTechDailyMagnets formed from a single molecule are of particular interest in data storage, since the ability to store a bit on every molecule could vastly increase the storage capacity of computers. Researchers have now developed a new molecular system with a particular magnetic hardness. The ingredients in this special recipe are rare earth metals and an unusual nitrogen-based molecular bridge, as shown in the study published in the journal Angewandte Chemie.The suitability of...
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American Rare Earths drives towards developing La Paz resource in US and building scale of rare earth and scandium portfolio source:American Rare EarthsAmerican Rare Earths Ltd (ASX:ARR) ended FY2021 in a strong position, well-funded to continue driving its flagship La Paz Rare Earths Project in Arizona towards production and building the scale of its growing portfolio of rare earth and scandium assets.The La Paz Project is 170 kilometres northwest of Phoenix, Arizona, and has strong potential to become the largest rare earths project in North America.During the reporting period, American...
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source:Mining WeeklyGreenland's new government is preparing legislation that will ban uranium mining and cease development of the Kvanefjeld mine, one of the biggest rare earth deposits in the world, the country's Mineral Resources Minister said.Kvanefjeld, owned by Australian mining firm Greenland Minerals and located near the southern town of Narsaq, contains a large deposit of rare earth metals but also radioactive uranium which locals fear could harm the country's fragile environment if extracted.Greenland's left-leaning government, which came to power in April after campai...
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source:Canada.comWith the auto industry pushing towards electrification to help tackle climate change, automakers are playing an ever-increasing role in helping find ways to more affordably and easily recycle the vehicles they build, with energy efficiency front and centre. Japanese automaker Nissan builds the popular Leaf EV (Electric Vehicle), one of the world’s best-selling electric cars. Recently, they announced the start of a joint effort with Waseda University that will create a new process designed to efficiently recover rare-earth compounds from the magnets found in electric car motors...
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