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A new research study from HTF MI with title Asia-Pacific Dysprosium Oxide Market Report 2018 provides an in-depth assessment of the Dysprosium Oxide including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players company profiles and strategies.
A decrease in Chinese production of the rare earth element known as dysprosium has placed an increasing focus on Perth based Northern Minerals Browns Range heavy rare earths project in W.A which is currently being commissioned. A recent independent research report commissioned by Northern ...

China has a virtual monopoly on dysprosium production, which is ringing alarm bells in Washington and prompted a new US-Australia agreement to discover and develop our rare earths and other strategic minerals. Northern Minerals has been way ahead of the curve with Browns range and is already well ...
Dysprosium is an essential ingredient in the production of dysprosium-neodymium-iron-boron magnets. These types of magnets are used extensively in clean energy wind turbine farms, electric vehicle motors and other industrial motor applications. Dysprosium assists the magnet to resist demagnetisation ...
“Dysprosium Oxide Market report provides vital information on every parameter which is required for making strategic decisions and development of every business in policies. Global players are growing their existence, native vendors are result it tough to contest with them, particularly concerning features ...
The seabed contains more than 16 million tons of rare-earth oxides, according to the study. That's equivalent to 780 years' worth of yttrium supply, 620 years of europium, 420 years of terbium and 730 years of dysprosium, it added. The discovery "has the potential to supply these metals on a semi-infinite ...

The qualitative research study conducted by HTF MI titled “Global Dysprosium Oxide Sales Market Report 2018” provides primary Data, surveys, Scope of the Product and vendor briefings. The market dynamic forces have been determined after conducting a detailed study of the Global Dysprosium Oxide ...
HTF MI recently broadcasted a new study in its database that highlights the in-depth market analysis with future prospects of Dysprosium Oxide market. The study covers significant data which makes the research document a handy resource for managers, industry executives and other key people get ...
Dysprosium is a rare chemical element which has symbol Dy and has atomic number 66. It is never found as a free element, but has its presence in various minerals which include fergusonite, gadolinite, and xenotime among others. It is obtained from ion-adsorption clay ores of southern China. Dysprosium ...
It is no surprise then that President Trump is looking to secure US supplies to such elements, particularly as ASX listed Northern Minerals (NTU.ASX) develops its Brown Range Dysprosium project; which once completed, will see it become the first significant world producer of Dysprosium outside of China.

The new magnet Toyota developed also uses no terbium or dysprosium, which can be added to neodymium to improve its operability at high heat, above 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit). (In fact, mining consultancy Roskill notes that few automakers use terbium in magnets anymore, though ...
Smaller amounts of terbium or dysprosium are added to neodymium to lend heat resistance, but those elements are even more expensive. Toyota has already cut terbium and dysprosium use in the 2016 Prius, and future magnets won't use any, the firm promises. In addition, up to 50% of the neodymium ...
Dysprosium is a rare chemical element which has symbol Dy and has atomic number 66. It is never found as a free element, but has its presence in various minerals which include fergusonite, gadolinite, and xenotime among others. It is obtained from ion-adsorption clay ores of southern China. Dysprosium ...
Dysprosium prices indeed rose in 2017, in part because the Chinese government began cracking down on illegal mining operations. Neodymium is relatively plentiful, but Toyota is concerned that demand for electrified vehicles, including hybrid and battery electric vehicles, could lead to shortages. Toyota ...
The prices of magnet metal rare earths - neodymium, praseodymium and dysprosium - have increased by more than 50% in the last year.This is according to Steenkampskraal Holdings, which owns the Steenkampskraal rare earths mine in the Western Cape. These three magnet rare earths represent 85% of the economic ...
According to Northern Minerals, Browns Range is positioned to become the first significant dysprosium producer outside of China. Dysprosium is one of 17 chemical elements classified as rare earths, and was first discovered in 1886 as an impurity in erbia, the oxide of erbium. Pure samples of dysprosium ...
Wind power generation requires dysprosium. Dysprosium? Sound too chemistry-major? Here's the skinny: symbol “Dy,” atomic number 66. Almost all of it is found in clay ores in southern China or in deposits in western Australia. Based on what I could find, about 100 tons of dysprosium are produced a year, ...
“The newly developed magnet uses no terbium (Tb) or dysprosium (Dy), which are rare earths that are also categorized as critical materials necessary for highly heat-resistant neodymium magnets,” according to the Toyota statement. “A portion of the neodymium has been replaced with lanthanum (La) and ...


 

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