rare earth


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rare earth

1. any oxide of a lanthanide
2. another name for lanthanide
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Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Rare Earth Metals Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
Rising global demand for rare earth metals has resulted in sharp increases in their prices due to a flat to negative supply growth from the key producing region, the Technavio report said.
Their popularity has grown in many developed nations but acquiring the rare earth elements to create them has been a challenge, (http://www.
With the advantage of the low cost of China's rare earth mining such as lower labor costs and less environmental protection, Chinese enterprises have started the large-scale exploitation of rare earth and export since the 1990s.
000 mt/y of high-purity, separated total rare earth oxides during its first four years of operation (Phase 1), doubling to 16,000 mt/y from year five onwards (Phase 2).
Assessment of likely shortages and surpluses by individual rare earth element, and the effect on prices to 2017
The Ngualla discovery is the highest grade of the large undeveloped rare earth deposits and is capable of supporting a mine life of over 50 years at a 10,000tpa rare earth oxide (REO) base case production level.
Japan Rare Earths is a rare earth mining and recycling company based in Tokyo, Japan.
A report by Xinhua, China's state-owned news agency, quoted Gu Ming, general manager of the Baotou Rare Earth Products Exchange, who said trading systems were being tested and could be ready for a trial run in October.
China has a monopoly on rare earth minerals and its distribution led to price volatility; US researchers quickly responded to develop substitutes
Beijing, June 20 (Xinhua-ANI): China's rare earth reserves account for approximately 23 percent of the world's total but are excessively exploited, a government white paper said Wednesday.
TOKYO, March 13 (KUNA) -- China's Ministry of Commerce will properly deal with a dispute settlement request on rare earth made by Japan, the European Union and the US in accordance with World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Tuesday.