Rare Earths ‘11: High prices trigger search for alternatives

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Thursday, 17 November 2011

Flat glass industry particularly affected; research into zirconium substitutes

The rising price of cerium and neodymium has led to end users finding ways to prolong use of the material and a fall off in consumption, Jai Subramanian, global business manager for Ferro Corp. said on Thursday.

The US-based company told delegates at the 7th International Rare Earths Conference in...

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