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source:Sourcing & Trading Intelligence for Global Metals MarketsThere’s something afoot on the rare earths front in China. Specifically, the country recently decided that it wants to tighten its export control laws. The regulation passed about two years ago to stop importing countries from diverting “Chinese products for non-intended use.” In most cases, the “products” refer to rare earth elements, of which China is the world’s biggest producer.The announcement comes just a few days after news that an American company may have found the largest reserves of rare earth elements in the US. In...
Release time: 2022 - 05 - 06
source:The Business TimesCOMMODITY prices have climbed significantly since the start of the year, amplified by supply concerns arising from the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Within the commodity complex, we turn our attention to rare-earth metals (REMs), a specific group of metals with chemical properties that are considered “rare” due to large extraction costs. REMs are vital for advanced technologies, and their unique chemical properties mean that they cannot be easily substituted by traditional metals. We believe investors should not overlook REMs when investing in commodities.Supply-demand ...
Release time: 2022 - 05 - 05
source:ScitechDailyComplex networks of systems are required for sharing real-time information. Switching the magnetization, or electron spin, of magnetic materials with ultra-short femtosecond laser pulses is a promising strategy for speeding up data storage devices. However, how the spin evolves in the nanoworld on extremely short time scales, such as one-millionth of one billionth of a second, has remained largely mysterious. In collaboration with TU Wien, Austria, the French national synchrotron facility (SOLEIL), and other international partners, Professor François Légaré’s ...
Release time: 2022 - 04 - 29
source:Powder Metallurgy ReviewXRD patterns of (a) amorphous (first row) and crystalline (second row) (Nd0.7Ce0.3)-Fe-B melt-spun precursors, and (b) their changes after hot-deformation. To identify phases formed in anisotropic hot-deformed (HD) magnets clearly, the HD samples for XRD analysis were pulverized into powders. (c) Demagnetisation curves for HD magnets fabricated from amorphous (HD-A, red line) and crystalline (HD-C, black line) precursors (Courtesy Scripta Materialia)Researchers from the Department of Magnetic Materials in the Powder Materials Division at the Korea Institute of Ma...
Release time: 2022 - 04 - 28
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