rare earth

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rare earth

1. any oxide of a lanthanide
2. another name for lanthanide
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The CEAA has also prepared draft environmental impact statement guidelines (the Guidelines) for the Foxtrot Rare Earth Element Mine Project.
High Yield, Economical, Large Scale Production of Marketable Rare Earth Element Products from Coal Mining Refuse--Equinox Chemicals LLC, located in Albany, Georgia, and project partners will conduct laboratory testing and prepare a technical design for a pilot plant to produce salable REEs.
Hybrid vehicles combining a gasoline engine and electric motor have become increasingly popular in many countries, but sourcing a steady supply of rare earth elements such as dysprosium and terbium has been a challenge.
The rare earth element processing facility, which is owned and
Rare earth element compositions were nearly identical across all morphotypes and histologies of Nostolepis scales and spines analysed and showed flat (unfractionated) shale-normalized REE patterns with slight depletion in HREEs.
The effect of rare earth element on Bacillus thuringensis and the yield of protein Bt.
Radioactive slurry tailings result from the presence of thorium and uranium in rare earth element ores, and toxic acids are required during the refining process.
TSE:AVL) (NYSE-MKT: AVL) ("Avalon" or the "Company") is pleased to report on the recently announced first round allocations of rare earth elements export quotas for 2014, to companies operating in China, from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM).
Rare earth elements in ultramafic and mafic rocks and their minerals; minor and accessory minerals.
While rare earth element analysis method is not as precise as radiocarbon dating, Purdy said the significance of human skeletons found in Vero Beach is unquestionable in terms of their presence in the Western Hemisphere.
89 percent total rare earth elements equivalent to 1.
University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio has received a patent for solid corrosion-inhibiting conversion coating formed on a substrate metal, the conversion coating is comprised of a rare earth element and an inorganic valence stabilizer combined to form a rare earth/valence stabilizer complex within the solid corrosion-inhibiting conversion coating, wherein the rare earth element is selected from cerium, praseodymium, terbium, or a combination thereof, and at least one rare earth element is in the tetravalent oxidation state in the rare earth/valence stabilizer complex in the solid corrosion-inhibiting conversion coating.