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Source:Asia TimesBeijing has again sought to refute rumors about its plans to exploit its stranglehold on the global supply of rare-earth metals. It also denies any intention to slash the mining of the 17 chemically-similar elements out of its ore deposits as well as their exports to major overseas markets.The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has pledged that the country’s planned mining and output of  rare-earth minerals will continue to rise. It further states that global manufacturers of magnets, catalysts, alloys and electronic devices can rest assured that ther...
Release time: 2018 - 11 - 09
Source:Noting that China has got the major portion of rare earths deposits in the world while India is scanted, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval Saturday said the country could counter that by converting its demographic dividend — young population — into an asset. Speaking at an event here, he said India envisions to be a major power and needs to utilise its “rare human wealth” (130 crore population with 50 per cent of the population below 25 years of age as other major powers, including China, are ageing.He was addressing students at a convocation event of Amity University here. Doval and...
Release time: 2018 - 11 - 08
Source:A team led by Kanazawa University in Japan has developed a cleaner method for the recycling of several rare earths (REs) such as yttrium (Y) and europium (Eu) used as phosphors in fluorescent lamps (FLs).End-of-life FLs are a potentially huge source of REs, but harsh and polluting processes are needed currently to extract these metals from the spent phosphors. As reported in Waste Management, instead of using acid extractants to dissolve the REs trapped in the spent lamps, the Kanazawa team turned to chelator chemistry.Chelators—organic compounds containing elements such as N or O—bond ...
Release time: 2018 - 11 - 08
Source:A stepped-up search for rare earth elements in New Zealand found more than 20 locations where the valuable minerals might be found.Almost all are on the South Island and concentrate on the West Coast and Fiordland. But Stewart Island, Canterbury, Nelson-Marlborough and Kerikeri in Northland also feature.Rare earth elements or minerals have many uses in modern society including electric vehicles, wind turbines, aerospace components, consumer electronics, steel and glass additives, sonar systems, batteries and ceramics. They are sometimes labelled "green minerals" or "...
Release time: 2018 - 11 - 07
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