What are Rare Earth Magnets

Lynas Corporation expands its presence in the Rare Earths marketplace at a crucial juncture. The 15 elements of the periodic table known as the Lanthanide series, Rare Earth elements possess unique physical and chemical properties that have allowed engineers and scientists to create more efficient technologies, including cleaner burning engines, greener lighting options, and smaller digital equipment. Rare Earths will continue to play an even more important part in the development of new technologies for years to come.nmagnets
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What are Rare Earth Magnets?

Rare Earths are the minerals bastnasite, monazite, and loparite and the lateritic ion-adsorption clays, and are one of the principal economic sources. The rare earths can be understood as a relatively abundant group of 17 elements composed of scandium, yttrium, and the lanthanides. However scandium is not a Rare Earth element, but it is usually included with the Lanthanides because it contains of similar properties as Rare Earth elements. For full reference, you can read this wikipedia article to have a deep understanding on Rare Earths elements or Rare Earths Statistics and Information from U.S. Geological Survey.
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The elements range in crustal abundance from cerium, the 25th most abundant element of the 78 common elements in our Earth’s crust at 60 parts per million, to thulium and lutetium, the least that presents in great quantity, rare earth elements (REEs) at about 0.5 part per million. The elemental types of Rare Earths are mainly iron gray to silvery lustrous metals that are in most case soft, malleable, and ductile and normally reactive, especially at high temperatures or when finely divided.

The rare earths’ elements are generally used in a wide variety of applications. Rechargeable batteries, efficiency and even our iPod that are around us at home and on the move, for example, need lanthanum, while polished glass for flat-screen TVs and the like require cerium. Automobile exhaust systems rely on rhodium, and high-powered magnetic motors necessitate neodymium and dysprosium. These metallic elements, and twelve others have unique properties crucial for miniaturization, laser and energy. To sum up, Rare earths are used in all types of developing technology, such as hybrid cars, wind turbines, computer hard drives and cell phones. Rare Earths are must-have elements of this technology and its miniaturization, unless alternative resources are found.
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Rare Earths Prices

The first thing we have to know here is that there is significant variance in the relative market value for selected Rare Earths oxides for prices. Secondly, the price of Rare Earths all depends on the purity level, different levels represent to different prices, which is largely set by the specifications for each application, therefore mining companies determine prices of the magnets for sale according to different specifications from customers.

The table below shows the average annual price for a ‘standard’ 99% purity of individual elements and for the generic composite of Rare Earths equivalent to the Rare Earths distribution at Mt Weld owned by Lynas in Australia. Prices are quoted in US$ per kilogram on an FOB China basis. Please also note that higher purity Rare Earths oxides and other value added properties will attract higher prices than those shown in the table.

 
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Rare Earth Oxide

Mt Weld Distribution

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Q2 2010

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Lanthanum Oxide

25.50%

3.44

8.71

4.88

7.49

23.67

61.00

Cerium Oxide

46.74%

3.04

4.56

3.88

6.42

23.05

62.00

Neodymium Oxide

18.50%

30.24

31.90

19.12

33.20

55.81

88.50

Praseodymium Oxide

5.32%

29.05

29.48

18.03

33.07

54.37

88.00

Samarium Oxide

2.27%

3.60

5.20

3.40

3.40

14.40

35.00

Dysprosium Oxide

0.124%

89.10

118.49

115.67

200.50

281.54

305.00

Europium Oxide

0.443%

323.90

481.92

492.92

529.80

585.31

640.00

Terbium Oxide

0.068%

590.40

720.77

361.67

538.50

593.38

615.00

Av. Mt Weld Composition

 

11.59

14.87

10.32

16.02

34.06

70.75

Note: Mt Weld distribution totals 98.9%, the balance is made up of Gadolinium, Holmium, Erbium and Yttrium oxides.  Regular pricing information is not available for these metals.

 

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