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source:Yahoo SportsAmid the fanfare of Apple’s iPhone 12 announcement on Tuesday, the company also revealed what it is doing to address concerns about the environment.The tech giant said growing concerns about “e-waste” meant it would not be including earbuds or chargers with its latest phones, and that the gadgets would be produced using recycled rare earth materials.Apple said the measure was part of its pledge to become “100% carbon-neutral” in all aspects of its business by 2030.Activists have previously raised concerns about e-waste and the environmental impact of mining for rare earth ma...
Release time: 2020 - 10 - 15
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source:Grand Forks HeraldThe $150,000 grant, which has an option for up to $2 million, will be applied towards a study of a commercial rare earth element and critical mineral extraction plant.UND is receiving funds from the U.S. Department of Energy for a feasibility study to better understand rare earth elements involved in coal.The $150,000 grant, which has an option for up to $2 million, will be applied towards an engineering-scale study of a commercial rare earth element and critical mineral extraction plant.Rare earth elements include scandium, yttrium and the lanthanide series. Critical ...
Release time: 2020 - 10 - 14
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source:ScienceAlertAn international team of scientists has helped to unravel a longstanding mystery about how rare earth element deposits form underground – and sometimes seem to disappear without a trace.Rare earth elements (REEs) are a set of 17 valuable chemical elements that are incredibly important in manufacturing technological devices, being used as critical raw materials in everything from smartphones to disk drives, wind turbines, satellites, electric vehicles, medical equipment, and more.Although their name suggests they are rare, they can in fact be relatively abundant resources in ...
Release time: 2020 - 10 - 13
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source:Mining.comResearchers at the University of Exeter and the Australian National University published a study that may help pinpoint new, untapped neodymium and dysprosium deposits.In the paper – which appeared in the journal Science Advances – the scientists explain that they conducted a series of experiments that showed that sodium and potassium – rather than chlorine or fluorine as previously thought – were the key ingredients for making these rare earth elements soluble.According to the experts, this is crucial as it determines whether they crystalize – making them fit for extraction –...
Release time: 2020 - 10 - 12
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