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Rare Earth Metals

 

The demand shows no signs of abating. In 2015 the world's industries are forecast to consume an estimated 185,000 tons of rare earths, 50 percent more than the total for 2010.

The world is now scrambling to find other sources of supply; the development of rare earth mines in the U.S., Australia, Russia, and other countries may eventually cut into the smugglers' business. Chemtorg intends to produce 3,000 to 5,000 tons of rare earths from stockpiled ore this year and has big expansion plans.

 

Main Products and Services

  • Scandium (Sc)(21) 
  • Yttrium (Y) (39) 
  • Lanthanum (La) (57) 
  • Cerium (Ce) (58)
  • Praseodymium (Pr)(59) 
  • Neodymium (Nd) (60) 
  • Promethium (Pm) (61) 
  • Samarium (Sm) (62)
  • Europium  (Eu) (63) 
  • Gadolinium (Gd) (64) 
  • Terbium (Tb) (65) 
  • Dysprosium (Dy) (66)
  • Holmium (Ho) (67) 
  • Erbium (Er) (68) 
  • Thulium (Tm) (69) 
  • Ytterbium (Yb) (70)
  • Lutetium (Lu) (71)