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American Resources Corp expands research with Purdue University to recycle critical rare-earth elements source:Powder Metallurgy ReviewThe partnership builds on a previous agreement to advance a Purdue-developed technology of refining rare-earth elements purification technology to recycle permanent magnets and lithium-ion batteries (Courtesy Linda Wang, Purdue’s Maxine Spencer Nichols Professor of Chemical Engineering/Purdue University)American Resources Corporation, a supplier of raw materials to the infrastructure marketplace, headquartered in Fishers, Indiana, USA, has announced an exp...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 12
source:PV magazineAmerican Resources Corporation is developing a process to separate pure rare earth metals from lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles or power plants based on renewable energy. The technique is described as a two-zone ligand-assisted displacement chromatography (LAD) that is able to produce metals with high yields and purity of over 99%.US-based raw materials supplier American Resources Corporation is developing a technology to recycle rare-earth metals such as neodymium (Nd), praseodymium (Pr), and dysprosium (Dy) from lithium-ion batteries at the end of their lifec...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 10
source:Mining Review AfricaThe Scoping Study outcomes demonstrate the potential for Makuutu to become a sustainable, long-life, relative low capital development cost supplying critical rare earth oxide to global markets, generating strong financial returns while also delivering significant social and economic benefits for the local communities in Uganda.Earlier this month the company signed a non-binding MoU with Aluminium Corporation of China subsidiary, China Rare Metals and Rare Earth (Jiangsu) (CHINALCO) in relation to the development of the project.At the time IonicRE MD Tim Harrison comm...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 08
Source: KYUKA Yup’ik college student has won an international award for finding a way to extract rare earth metals without hurting the environment. Michael Martinez is a University of Alaska Anchorage science student, whose mother’s family hails from Kotlik.Martinez discovered a way to use microbes to extract rare earth metals while not creating toxic byproducts, and created the company Arctic Biotech Oath to develop and market the technology. The High North Dialogue Conference, meeting in Norway, has given Martinez the High North Young Entrepreneur Award.“This is a Yup’ik and indigenous peopl...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 07
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