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source:THE Chemical EngineerA PILOT plant using a new process to recover rare earth alloys from scrap magnets will be built at the UK’s University of Birmingham following a €4m (US$4.4m) grant from the EU.The pilot plant will be the first to use a patented process called HPMS (hydrogen processing of magnet scrap). This uses hydrogen to decrepitate magnets containing the rare earth element neodymium which are used in a range of hi-tech applications including in electric cars and hard disk drives.While demand for rare earth elements is increasing and there are concerns about China’s dominance of...
Release time: 2023 - 09 - 08
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source:SMALL CAPSIn alliance with San Francisco-based Earth AI, Legacy Minerals (ASX: LGM) has generated several drill targets at its Fontenoy project northwest of Wagga Wagga.Earth AI’s diamond drill rig is already at work on the project.Some 3,600 metres of drilling will target nickel-copper-platinum group elements at Fontenoy.Nickel-copper sulphides foundThe focus will be on the recently identified nickel-copper sulphides at the project.As Legacy notes, NSW is known to host nickel laterite deposits but nickel sulphide systems are rare and are greatly prized for their potentially higher grad...
Release time: 2023 - 09 - 08
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source:AFRICALondon-listed Rainbow Rare Earths has achieved successful first production of mixed rare earth sulphate at the Phalaborwa pilot plant, in South Africa.This validates Rainbow’s process flow sheet to recover rare earths from phosphogypsum.The 3 kg of mixed rare earth sulphate that Rainbow produced is of expected purity and grade and includes all four of the critical magnet rare earths – neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbium.These magnet rare earths are used to make the permanent magnets essential to decarbonisation through their use in electric vehicles and wind turbines.T...
Release time: 2023 - 09 - 06
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source:SMALL CAPSRed Mountain Mining (ASX: RMX) has reported the start of preliminary surface sampling activities at the Monjebup rare earths project in Western Australia where it is earning an option to acquire 80% equity.The sampling plan is based on a geological review of the project’s three tenements which make up the 910 square kilometre tenure package.It is expected to be finalised within seven days, at which point appropriate samples will be delivered to Intertek Genalysis in metropolitan Perth for assaying.Project locationThe Monjebup project is located 80 kilometres north-east of Alba...
Release time: 2023 - 09 - 05
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