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source:miningEnergy Fuels (NYSE: UUUU; TSX: EFR) announced on Monday that it has achieved commercial production of separated neodymium-praseodymium (NdPr) at its White Mesa mill in Utah.The rare earth elements (REE), used in the manufacture of magnets in clean applications like EVs as well as in military and defense technologies, will be produced at Energy Fuels’ new Phase 1 REE separation circuit, with a capacity of 850 to 1,000 metric tonnes of NdPr per year.The company expects to have commercial quantities of separated NdPr available for shipment by the end of the month.Energy Fuels is extr...
Release time: 2024 - 06 - 17
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source:SMALL CAPSAssays from rock chip sampling at Reach Resources’ (ASX: RR1) Wabli Creek project in Western Australia have identified a primary source of high-grade niobium / rare earth element-enriched pegmatites, previously only found in surface eluvial samples on site.The granitic pegmatites have been confirmed as a primary source of mineralisation with the best assays of 17.65% niobium oxide, 0.15% yttrium oxide, 10.81% tantalum oxide, 31.39% titanium oxide and 0.37% TREO (total rare earth oxides).The results, chipped straight off the bedrock, hold similar concentrations to previously-re...
Release time: 2024 - 06 - 14
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source:IMC University of Applied Sciences KremsA research collaboration between BOKU Tulln and IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is using the further development of bioleaching and bioaccumulation to develop a two-stage, environmentally friendly and sustainable process for recovering rare earth elements (rare earths).In the bioaccumulation step, metal recovery rates of up to 85% were achieved from electronic scrap. The key to success lies in the combination of biotechnological processes. The promising foundations for these methods, which are currently under development, were recently pu...
Release time: 2024 - 06 - 13
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source: Oak Ridge National LaboratoryWhen element 61, also known as promethium, was first isolated by scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 1945, it completed the series of chemical elements known as lanthanides. However, aspects of the element's exact chemical nature have remained a mystery until last year, when a team of scientists from ORNL and the National Institute of Standards and Technology used a combination of experimentation and computer simulation to purify the promethium radionuclide and synthesize a coordination complex that was characte...
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