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source:miningHow strong are rare earth magnets?Magnets are an integral part of many technologies and appliances in the 21st century.From tiny fridge magnets that hold to-do lists to powerful ones that create magnetic fields for electricity generation from wind turbines, there are many different types of magnets.The world’s strongest magnets, also known as rare earth magnets, are made by alloying certain rare earth elements with other materials.But just how strong are rare earth magnets, and what makes them so powerful?Measuring magnet strengthThe above infographic uses data from First4Magnets ...
Release time: 2022 - 07 - 11
source:Mining.comScientists from the University of Exeter and the British Geological Survey (BGS), alongside a team of institutions across Europe, have developed a new 3D geological model designed to guide the exploration of rare earth elements.The model targets alkaline igneous systems, which host many of the world’s REE deposits.In a paper published in the journal Economic Geology, the researchers point out that despite the growing importance of these essential raw materials, exploration models for REE are comparatively less developed than those for major and precious metals such as iron, co...
Release time: 2022 - 07 - 08
source:AZO materialsLaser powder bed fusion (LPBF), a powder bed-based additive manufacturing (AM) technology, has been used to create complicated geometric metallic components. Due to the increased need for producing high-strength lightweight components, the application of LPBF to Al alloys has recently received a lot of attention.As previously mentioned, the Al-Si system is the most popular Al alloy for LPBF. Although the post-heat treatment can increase the ductility of Al-Si alloys produced by LPBF, the strength gradually begins to decline due to the coarsening of the fine cellular eutecti...
Release time: 2022 - 07 - 07
Kingfisher Mining buoyed by high-grade rare earth results and discovery of second mineralisation zone at Mick Well source:proactiveKingfisher Mining Ltd (ASX:KFM) has returned high-grade rare earths from the latest drilling at its 100%-owned Mick Well Rare Earth Elements (REE) Project in the Gascoyne Mineral Field in Western Australia as well as the discovery of a second mineralisation zone consisting predominantly of fresh monazite.Analysis of samples from discovery hole MWRC011 at MW2 prospect has returned up to 5 metres at 3.45% total rare earth oxides (TREO), including 3 metres at 5.2...
Release time: 2022 - 07 - 06
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