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source:ReutersBEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s exports of rare earth magnets to the United States fell 21.2% month-on-month, customs data showed on Wednesday, as improving trade relations between the two countries reduced demand for stockpiling.U.S.-bound shipments of the magnets, which are widely used in medical devices, consumer electronics and defense, came in at 376 tonnes last month, according to data from the General Administration of Customs. The figure was also down 3.2% year-on-year.The U.S. military plans to stockpile rare earth magnets used in Javelin missiles and F-35 fighter j...
Release time: 2019 - 12 - 26
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source:Express Journal (press release) (blog)-Arafura Resources Ltd., an Australian mineral exploration firm, has recently announced that it has signed a strategic partnership with Delaware-based USA Rare Earth LLC to focus on treating its middle-heavy rare earth carbonate items using USA Rare Earth’s exclusive processing technology.According to reliable sources, the Australian firm’s progressive engagement with potential customers around the globe demand samples of its ultimate rare earth item from Nolans, especially SEG-HRE carbonate (603 tonnes per annum) and NdPr oxide (4,357 tonnes per an...
Release time: 2019 - 12 - 25
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source:Advanced Science NewsRare earth metals are crucial components to many technologies. However, their extractions often requires the implementation of environmentally damaging procedures.A team of researchers led by Professor Eric Schelter at the University of Pennsylvania has proposed that an alternative means of obtaining these precious materials is to recycle them, which can be achieved through a new separation technique that relies on magnetism.“The biggest challenge was identifying a chemical system where we could directly compare the separations results in the absence and presence of...
Release time: 2019 - 12 - 24
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source:MINING.comSteenkampskraal, considered the world’s highest-grade rare earth mine, received its water license from South Africa’s Department of Water and Sanitation. In a press release, Trevor Blench, chairman of Steenkampskraal Holdings, said the water license was the last remaining permit that the mine required. This means that Steenkmpskraal is now fully permitted and both construction and production activities can begin. According to Blench, the company prepared a detailed analysis of the groundwater reserves, flows and replenishment rates around the mine. His team also...
Release time: 2019 - 12 - 23
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