UK: 40 Million Unused Devices for Refining Rare Earths

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Due to rare earths crisis, the natural sources of the six metal elements in mobile phones will be exhausted in the next 100 years, according to the reports of British media. Royal Society of Chemistry research in the UK suggests that there are 40 million unused devices gathering dust alone. Each of these devices contains increasingly rare elements that must be mined from finite natural sources.


China’s Zhangyuan Tungsten Stabilized New Offers for August

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Analysis of latest tungsten market from Chinatungsten Online

The tungsten powder and tungsten carbide powder prices continue to maintain stability in the Chinese tungsten market. The new offers for the second half of August from large tungsten companies stabilized, giving the market a stable signal. The market now still features difficult sales in high-prices and purchasing in low-price materials. 


China Rare Earth Prices - Aug. 22, 2019

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Rare earth prices in China are slowly rising, especially the prices of praseodymium neodymium oxide products. the market now is caught in wait-and-see atmosphere and insiders become optimistic about the outlook. 


Sodium Molybdate Prices - Aug. 22, 2019

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The sodium molybdate, ammonium molybdate and molybdenum oxide prices in the Chinese molybdenum market continue to keep stable. In the molybdenum concentrate market, although the recent demand of buyers has declined slightly, due to the difficulty of mining, the release of production capacity is relatively limited, manufacturers have not felt the pressure of inventory and prices keep firm.  


Tungsten Oxide Nanowires or Make Up Lack of High-End Capacity of Power Batteries

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Tungsten oxide nanowires are an important N-type semiconductor material with characteristics of electrochromism, photochromism, absorption, and catalysis, etc. They have been widely used in the fields of power batteries, chemical sensors, and optoelectronic devices, and the recent research shows it may be able to make up a lack of high-end capacity of power batteries.


When China Tungsten Prices Will Bottom Out?

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Analysis of latest tungsten market from Chinatungsten Online

The tungsten prices in China maintain stability as the market is in the off-season and the flow of Fanya stockpiles also is uncertain. At present, downstream buyers try to force prices down while tungsten ore prices in the raw material market keep firm. With the impact of high cost, capital shortage and low profits of factories, the whole market now is in a stalemate. 


Neodymium Oxide Prices - August 21, 2019

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Rare earth market quotation in China: the dysprosium oxide and DyFe prices declined slightly while neodymium oxide and praseodymium neodymium oxide prices edged higher. 


Ferro Molybdenum Prices - August 21, 2019

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Molybdenum market quotation in China: the latest prices of molybdenum concentrate, molybdenum oxide and molybdenum bar still maintain stability on quiet inquiry and cautious sentiment of traders. The molybdenum concentrate market continues to be caught in imbalanced supply and demand, but most mining enterprises are optimistic. 


Thinnest Tungsten Disulfide Optical Hologram Will Be Used in Smart Watches

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Tungsten disulfide optical hologram will be used in smart watches, with the new concept for reconstructing holographic images by using a single two-dimensional material monolayer with the thickness of less than one nanometer newly demonstrated by Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers. Their work may lead to the birth of smart watches with holographic displays, printed security cryptograms on bank notes and credit cards, and new possibilities for data storage.


From Trash to Treasure: US Researchers Recover Rare Earths from E-Waste

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Researchers from the US Department of Energy have invented a process for extracting rare earths from the e-waste of scrapped magnets of used hard drives and other sources, and are working with colleagues at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, to scale up the method and produce commercial batches of rare earth oxides, according to




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