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  • Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths Recently, the international topic on rare earths has increased significantly. Rare earth is a strategic material that is widely used in military, industrial, agricultural and other industries. It is an important support for the manufacture of new materials and an important resource related to national defense and security. It [...]

  • Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals Have you ever wondered if you can recycle magnets? Previously, old magnets could not be recycled to reuse the rare earth metals inside them, but new methods have been developed that have made it worthwhile to reuse the material inside magnets. Magnets made with rare earth metals are used [...]

  • The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry Cerium, for one, is not a useable component of current permanent magnet creation, but nonetheless is critical to the health of the industry. However, the way established markets run for rare earth metals, sister minerals mined must be a significant factor when calculating [...]

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  • Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans

Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans?

Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans? Many industries need to use permanent NdFeB magnet for a long time. They are permanent magnets and have strong magnetic properties. The safety of use is also very critical. It must be operated by professional staff to avoid problems. But after all, such magnets contain a lot of [...]

  • 3D-printed Permanent Magnets

3D-printed Permanent Magnets Outperform Conventional Versions

3D-printed Permanent Magnets Outperform Conventional Versions OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Nov. 1, 2016—Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated that permanent magnets produced by additive manufacturing can outperform bonded magnets made using traditional techniques while conserving critical materials. This isotropic, neodymium-iron-boron bonded permanent magnet was 3D-printed at DOE’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility [...]

  • The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB

The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB

The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB Sintered neodymium iron boron, as its name suggests, is an alloy material consisting of Nd2Fe14B, a compound consisting of three elements: neodymium Nd, iron Fe, and boron B. But sintered neodymium iron boron is not a single phase. .1Fe4B4 phase) and Nd-rich phase (also known [...]

By |December 16th, 2020|Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic News, Magnetic Principle, Magnetic Science, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB
  • Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors

Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors

Use Rare Earth Magnets Outdoors Lanthanide components are ferromagnetic metals. This implies that they the ability to be charged much the same as iron. Be that as it may, their curie temperatures (the temperature at which they lose their attraction) are normally underneath the typical room temperature. This illustrates why rare magnets are not suitable [...]

  • Breakthrough in Sustainable Permanent Magnet

Breakthrough in Sustainable Permanent Magnet

Breakthrough in Sustainable Permanent Magnet! As we all know, most permanent magnets are made of rare-earth metal alloys, but the mining and processing of these materials can produce toxic by-products, leading to ecological damage around rare earth mines and refineries. Now, a group of scientists led by the University of Leeds has made breakthrough progress [...]

  • Recycling Neodymium Magnets

Recycling Neodymium Magnets

Recycling Neodymium Magnets Industrial neodymium magnets have become a critical part of our daily life and an important contributor to many advanced technology development. Majority of this rare-earth element is mined in China from monazite ((Nd, La, Ce)PO4) and bastnaesite (Ca(Ce, La, Nd)2(CO3)3 F2) ores; however, the mining and extraction processes can be expansive, complex [...]

  • Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets TU Graz

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets An additive manufacturing breakthrough coming out of TU Graz in Austria could make it easier to manufacture permanent magnets for small electronic components. A TU Graz team—working in collaboration with the University of Vienna, the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Joanneum Research—has successfully manufactured super magnets using a [...]

Microbes Can Recover Rare-Earth Magnet Materials From Consumer Waste

Microbes Can Recover Rare-Earth Magnet Materials From Consumer Waste Recycling these materials critical into high-tech products could be crucial as the cost to mine and refine them continue to climb. Rare earth elements (REEs) such as neodymium and dysprosium are essential for technologies like solar and wind energy, advanced vehicles, and modern electronics like smartphones. [...]

By |March 12th, 2020|Learning Resources, Magnet News, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic News, Magnetic Principle, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on Microbes Can Recover Rare-Earth Magnet Materials From Consumer Waste
  • Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets

Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets

Reconfigurable 3D-printable Magnets with improved maximum energy product In conventional magnets, neodymium with added heavy rare-earths is used in order to induce high output and size reduction. But as deposits of heavy rare-earths such as dysprosium (Dy) and terbium (Tb) are disproportionately distributed, it is important to reduce the amount used due to supply issues [...]