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Neue Technologie holt seltene Erden aus Elektroschrott

Ein junges US-Unternehmen hat ein Verfahren entwickelt, um Elemente der Seltenen Erden aus Elektroschrott zurückzugewinnen. Die futurezone hat nachgefragt. Mit seinem Start-up Reecycle (Ree steht für Rare Earth Elements, Anm.) bietet der 25-jährige US-Unternehmer Casey McNeil ein Verfahren an, das es … Continue reading

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Goldgrund

copper, Kobalt, rare earths: Am Boden der Tiefsee liegen Schätze, die eigentlich nur noch geborgen werden müssen. Doch die Kosten und Folgen sind unklar. Von Alexander Stirn Das Gold liegt auf dem Boden. Man muss es nur finden. Und herausfräsen. … Continue reading

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Zölle auf Seltene Erden werden abgeschafft

Ausfuhrabgaben auf seltene Erden werden am 1. Mai abgeschafft – dies gab das chinesische Finanzministerium am Donnerstag in einer Erklärung bekannt. Ein Schachzug, der laut Analysten Chinas Exporte der seltenen Ressource anregen wird. Auf Seltene Erden (SE) – eine Gruppe … Continue reading

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Debatte um versorgungskritische Rohstoffe zeigt wachsende Bedeutung von Graphit

Debatte um versorgungskritische Rohstoffe zeigt wachsende Bedeutung von Graphit Neue Studie des Pentagon spricht von Graphit-Defizit(Mynewsdesk) VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — (Marketwired) — 04/14/15 — – US-Senatorin fordert Politikwechsel bei versorgungskritischen Mineralen. (Mynewsdesk) VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — (Marketwired) — 04/14/15 — … Continue reading

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Thuringian researcher wants to establish recycling of rare earths in this country

The so-called rare earth metals stuck today in most electronic devices. The Thuringian researcher Ralf Müller seeks to promote the recycling of such substances in this country. Weimar. If you like resigns in quality of life - electricity from the mains keep most people … Continue reading

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How close are our metal raw materials?

Researchers identify supply risk for 62 Whether important elements gallium, Chromium and rare earth - many metals are essential for modern technology. Where supply bottlenecks or shortages threaten, Now, researchers in the most comprehensive analysis of the criticality of 62 Elements … Continue reading

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China makes rare earths attractive again

13.03., 10:21 Hasso Bergmann No day without new news from China on the economic situation and the measures taken by the Government. We no day without Dax records and discussions on the impact of financial repression and Draghi's bond-purchase program, which has now begun. So the EU … Continue reading

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Despite all the problems: Rare Earth - Starts a recovery?

Bjoern Junker - 11 3 2015 It says a lot about the state of the rare earth industry, that the third-largest company outside of China - the owner of one of the most important projects for so-called heavy rare earths - with less than 100 My. Dollar is evaluated. … Continue reading

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China's market share for rare earths decreases noticeably

China loses so important for the industrial rare earth ground: Four years ago, the country had just having a market share of 98 Percent a monopoly - now there is some competition. China maintains rare in the production … Continue reading

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An amazing turnaround

Heidi Gmuer, Sydney When China tightened its export restrictions on rare earths, exploded prices fell and Western countries in panic. Now Beijing bows to the verdict of the World Trade Organization and picks it up - and what happens? Nothing. The defense of Beijing … Continue reading

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