rare earth


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rare earth

1. any oxide of a lanthanide
2. another name for lanthanide
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Lord said the Pentagon is looking at several options to partner on rare earth processing facilities, adding "one of the highest potential avenues is to work with Australia."
But now it's been found to also have monazite ore which contains extremely high grade rare earth minerals including neodymium and praseodymium -- elements vital to cutting-edge industries.
In the next five years, Xiamen Tungsten Industry has determined the strategic positioning of tungsten and rare earth as the main industry, with energy new materials and molybdenum series products as the two wings, and real estate as a profit.
Chris joined Canada Rare Earth as an independent director in March 2016.
The capital raising comes on the heels of a successful feasibility optimisation program, guided by rare earth company and Greenland Minerals major shareholder Shenghe Resources Holding Co Ltd, that resulted in a 40% reduction in both capital and operating cost estimates.
MarketResearchReports.com has announced the addition of "Global Rare Earth Magnets Market Insights, Forecast to 2025" report in its offering.
With more than 37 percent of the World's reserves, China is the largest producer and processor of the elements.A recent report, Rare Earth Metals Market by Product (Cerium, Lanthanum, Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Others) and by Application (Catalyst, Magnets, Ceramics, Metallurgy, and Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 20182025, by Zion Market Research says that "the global rare earth metals market was valued at approximately $8.10 billion (Sh810 billion) in 2018 and is expected to generate around $14.43 billion (Sh1.443 trillion) by 2025."In 2013, a minerals explorer company called Cortec announced the discovery of rare earth deposits worth $62.4 billion (Sh6.24 trillion) in Kwale County.
Washington has reportedly started exploring opportunities to purchase rare earth metals from African countries.
Taiwan's rare earth mineral, called 'monazite,' contains more than 50 percent of rare-earth elements, according to Business Weekly.
China's dominance in the rare earth market is said to have reached its zenith in 2010, when it controlled around 95 per cent of production.
Listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in October 1999, China Rare Earth is engaged in the manufacture and sales of quality rare earth and refractory products.