dysprosium


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Synonyms for dysprosium

a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group

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To overcome these issues, Toyota successfully undertook development of technologies that can both eliminate the use of terbium and dysprosium and reduce the amount of neodymium used.
Dysprosium Market research report Includes 150 pages profiling 8 companies and supported with 98 tables available at http://www.
Using the two isotopes of dysprosium as "clocks," they also showed that as the Earth moved closer to or farther from the sun over the course of two years, the relative frequency of these "clocks" remained constant, as Einstein predicted in his general theory of relativity.
So it is projected until 2016 that for servo motors Neodymium will be in oversupply while dysprosium, crucial for servo motors likewise, in undersupply.
8 million tons of rare earth minerals, including dysprosium, exist in the mud in the deposit, which is within Japan's exclusive economic zone.
containing neodymium, gadolinium, dysprosium, and terbium are used in
Under the plan, Japan and Kazakhstan will jointly build a plant in northern Kazakhstan to produce dysprosium, a rare earth used to make motors of electric and hybrid vehicles as well as other electronic products, Asahi said.
Rare earths include 17 materials such as neodymium, samarium and dysprosium.
Avalon believes that Nechalacho is unique in the exceptional enrichment of its heavy rare earths such as europium, terbium, and dysprosium.
Another feature focuses on the efforts of Toronto-based Avalon Rare Metals to mine rare earth elements like samarium, praseodymium and dysprosium, which are found near Yellowknife in the Canadian North.
Demand for the magnets, made of such rare earths as neodymium and dysprosium, is expected to grow due to rising sales of hybrid and other eco-friendly cars.
If they ever live up to their promise, nanocomposite magnets should reduce the demand for both neodymium and for another rare earth element called dysprosium.
The rare earth sector covers companies with operations involving exploration, extraction, transport, processing or any other business involving any of the following 17 rare earth elements: Scandium, Yttrium, Lanthanum, Lutetium, Ytterbium, Thulium, Erbium, Holmium, Dysprosium, Terbium, Gadolinium, Europium, Samarium, Promethium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, and Cerium.
This strategy aims to overcome the 'rare-element crisis'that was triggered by increasing demand for such elements as lithium, used in batteries, and dysprosium for Ne-Fe-B permanent magnets.