China's Rare Earth Export Cutbacks Raise Alarms
Blog 9/22/2011 20 comments Prices for rare earth elements, an important component electromechanical products, have jumped by at least an order of magnitude in the past year as a result of export cutbacks from China, the world's largest source.
Rare Earth Shortages Revive Alternatives
Blog 9/6/2011 9 comments Rising concern over China restricting exports of rare earth elements has caused the industry to revisit older magnetic materials from the mid-20th century, such as aluminum-nickel-cobalt compounds and thin films of iron and nitrogen.
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