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  • List Of Ferromagnetic Metals

List Of Ferromagnetic Metals

List Of Ferromagnetic Metals Ferromagnetism, the ability of a substance to magnetize, is a property that depends on the chemical composition, crystalline structure, temperature and microscopic organization of the material. Metals and alloys are most likely to exhibit ferromagnetism, but even lithium gas has also been shown to be magnetic when cooled to less than [...]

  • 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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  • Stronger than Neodymium Magnet

What Magnets are Stronger than Neodymium Magnet?

What Magnets are Stronger than Neodymium Magnet? Rare earth magnets are the strongest type of the permanent magnets manufactured and are integral to the high tech industry, especially in the clean energies, like the wind turbine generators and the electric vehicle motors. China extracts and it produces over 95% of the world’s rare earth minerals, [...]

  • Rare Earth Magnets Really “Rare”

Are Rare Earth Magnets Metals Really “Rare”?

Are Rare Earth Magnets Metals Really “Rare”? Rare Earth Magnets Metals Rare Earth Magnets Metals/Rare Earth Metals are a gathering of 17 metallic components with comparative properties and structures that are crucial in the assembling of a various and extending show of high-engineering provisions. They are basic segments in hi-tech items including advanced cells and [...]

  • Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals 1 They’re Not That Rare. Most of the rare earth metals really aren’t that rare. Cerium (Ce) is the most abundant rare earth metal, followed by Lanthanum (La), and then Neodymium (Nd). Cerium, Lanthanum and Neodymium are all more abundant than Lead (Pb). 2 It’s actually [...]

  • Grain Boundary Diffusion (GBD) Technology
  • Process Route of Grain Boundary Diffusion (GBD) Technology
  • Grain Boundary Diffusion- Conserving HREE in NdFeB Magnets
  • Grain Boundary Diffusion (GBD) Technology

Grain Boundary Diffusion- Conserving HREE in NdFeB Magnets

Grain Boundary Diffusion- Conserving HREE in NdFeB Magnets Grain Boundary Diffusion is an important new advance in Neodymium magnet production technology. Heavy Rare Earth Elements (HREE) are delivered directly to critical areas of the magnet’s microstructure. These areas are where HREE are the most effective at increasing the properties of the magnet to withstand high [...]

  • Rare Earth Metals Heavy vs. Light

Rare Earth Metals: Heavy vs. Light

Rare Earth Metals: Heavy vs. Light The 17 elements that make up the group of rare earth metals are diverse in their applications and market dynamics. They are often broken up into two categories according to their atomic weight: light and heavy. Overall, the different rare earth metals play a huge role in the development [...]

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  • Shortages of rare earth elements usage

Shortages of rare earth elements could limit clean energy development

Shortages of rare earth elements could limit clean energy development Rare earth elements — elements like scandium, neodymium, and dysprosium — have found their way into every aspect of our daily lives, from the highly visible, like smartphones and fluorescent lamps, to the seemingly invisible: hybrid cars, rechargeable batteries, and wind turbines. There are even [...]

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  • INTERNATIONAL PERMANENT MAGNET MARKET

AN IMPRESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PERMANENT MAGNET MARKET

AN IMPRESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PERMANENT MAGNET MARKET “Concise Analysis of the International Permanent Magnet Market – Trends & Forecast To 2018″ report is already out. According to it, permanent magnet market is currently experiencing high growth, due to rising demand for increased electrification in all walks of like and due to the need for [...]

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