Rare earths from waste

Published: Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Waste from titanium dioxide processing could be new source of rare earths

Scientists looking into a process to extract titanium dioxide (TiO2) more efficiently have found a way to recover significant quantities of rare earths from the waste, according to a research team at Leeds University, UK.


Animesh Jha, who led the team at the university’s Faculty of Engineering, said they...

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