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Magnete mit seltener Anziehungskraft

Das Heusler-Projekt soll Permanentmagnete hervorbringen, die anders als heutige Dauermagnete nur gut verfügbare Metalle enthalten Starke Dauermagnete sind für viele technische Anwendungen unerlässlich, etwa in der medizinischen Diagnostik, zur Energieerzeugung oder für die Elektromobilität. Derzeit werden dafür Legierungen verwendet, the … 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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Rare earth as an industrial gold

Johannes Fritsche Black Forest Messenger, 04.12.2014 18:52 Clock Without Rare Earths would be modern life and its technologies inconceivable. Therefore, it was only a matter of time, that the main producer China stops the export and the West puts pressure. A … Continue reading

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Rare earth clean and cheap?

08.07.2014 - Kevin Bullis The start-up Infinium wants to make CO2-intensive processes in the metal production of environmentally friendly. In a laboratory building, which is opposite to a yoga studio in an office park in Natick, near Boston, Adam Powell keeps a shiny white ceramic tube high. The is the key … Continue reading

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A hard to breaking monopoly

VON Felix Lee 13. MORE 2014 A 13:57 CLOCK The dependence of the West of China is difficult to reduce in some areas. This is clearly visible on the example of the rare earths: China hatte 2011 announced, the export of raw materials to significantly … Continue reading

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"Investments in heavy rare earths remain attractive" (H.Weimer, Emuro GmbH)

New fridge technology, Tesla, E-mobility and alternative energy sources need heavy rare earths Interview with Helmut Weimer, Emuro GmbHBE: Herr Weimer, how has the situation in the rare earths in the last 12 Developed months? Has the market bottomed out?Weimer: … Continue reading

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