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Recyclen in einem Rutsch

In Elektromotoren oder auch Windrädern werden leistungsstarke Permanentmagnete eingesetzt, die auf den Seltenen Erden Neodym und Dysprosium basieren. Ein neues Verfahren von Fraunhofer-Forschern ermöglicht es künftig, das Werkstoff-Gemisch schnell und kostengünstig zu recyceln. Für die weißen Riesen und auch in … Continue reading

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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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Molekulare Container für die Gewinnung Seltener Erden: Neues Forschungsprojekt „SE-FLECX“ gestartet

Seltene Erden sind begehrt, weil sie für die Herstellung vieler Hightech-Produkte benötigt werden. Allerdings ist ihre Gewinnung aus Erzen aufwendig und häufig umweltbelastend. Experten aus Forschung und Industrie testen derzeit unter Koordination des Helmholtz-Instituts Freiberg für Ressourcentechnologie, ob so genannte … Continue reading

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Forschung an TU Clausthal: Recycling für hochwertige Magnete

Auf den Magnetwertstoff Neodym-Eisen-Bor (NdFeB) setzt ein Forschungsprojekt an der Technischen Universität Clausthal. Dabei geht es darum, aus Produktions- und Konsumentenabfällen, die Seltene Erden mit NdFeB enthalten, zu gewinnen. Nach Angaben der TU Clausthal gibt es bisher für diese Magnete … 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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Improve recycling of rare earths in electric motors

09.07.2014, 09:17 | Science | Author: idw | For the recycling of rare earth permanent magnets of modern and highly efficient electric motors viable recycling concepts have to be developed in the coming years. Even the engines of industrial applications are not separately at their end of life … Continue reading

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Disappears China monopoly in rare earths

China will lose its monopoly on rare earths largely by the end of this decade. The entry of new operators will lead to, that the existing basis of the Chinese monopoly price premium on the world market price for rare earths as good as disappears. For Lightweight … Continue reading

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The next generation of recycling

Press Release 23.4.2014 About 70 Billion tons of raw materials are produced annually worldwide. That's twice as much as the late 1970s. Still rising - and with finite resources. One way, to continue enough materials for new goods available … Continue reading

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Seltene Erden - Inside January 2014

22.01.2014 Dusseldorf, Institute of Rare Earths and Metals - The hot topics at the beginning 2014 in the field of rare earths and metals are expected, the announcement of the export quotas of China, China's Fight Against Smog, the first steps taken by China … Continue reading

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