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A clean way to extract rare earth metals

Rare earth metals—those 17 chemically similar elements at the bottom of the periodic table—are in almost every piece of technology we use from cell phones to wind turbines to electric cars. Because these elements are so similar to each other, ...

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SmCo magnets: What is the role?

AUTHOR: Simona Sobekova The current utilization rate Electric automobiles make up the biggest part of industrial applications for permanent magnets. When one speaks about permanent magnets in electric vehicles, one should picture a very strong magnet based on NdFeB or ...

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ROMEO at Automotive Tech Days

On November 4th, the region of Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes organized it’s 3rd  edition of “Automotive Techdays” where 40 innovative projects were presented by 40 R+D Directors, European Market Directors, as well as some 150 VIPs. Because the automobile manufacturers are interested in ...

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The function of permanent magnets in some industrial devices

   AUTHOR: Anas Eldosouky Permanent magnets are those which create their own persistent magnetic field when magnetized by an external magnetic field. The function of permanent magnets in different appliances and instruments is usually one of the following: to convert mechanical energy ...

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MSCA!

AUTHOR: Martina Orefice Report from the 20 Years of Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions Brussels, 29 November 2016. Hotel Plaza, Boulevard Adolphe Max 118. We are in the baroque-decorated theatre of a 4 stars hotel in Brussels, the capital of Belgium ...

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How many electric motors are in a Car?

AUTHOR: PRANSHU UPADHAYAY This question is quite analogous to “How many bones are there in a human body?”. As a human body cannot function without bones, a car needs many electric motors to operate several functions for it to drive ...

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An introduction of rare-earth nitride magnets

AUTHOR: XUAN XU The magnetic states of most rare-earth monopnictides have been known for decades; many of these studies were completed in the 1960s. The heavier pnictides were found to be antiferromagnetic, in contrast almost all the nitrides are ferromagnetic. ...

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