Rare Earth Elements: A New Approach to the Nexus of Supply, Demand and Use: Exemplified Along the Use of Neodymium in Permanent Magnets (Springer Theses) (Paperback)

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Rare Earth Elements: A New Approach to the Nexus of Supply, Demand and Use: Exemplified Along the Use of Neodymium in Permanent Magnets (Springer Theses) (Paperback)

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Introduction.- Rare Earth Elements (REE) - what and where they are.- The way to the Chinese predominance - a key for understanding the REE issue.- Numbers about Rare Earth Elements in the (scientific) literature.- Rare Earth Elements in the magnets application field.- Scales and Relations: analysis of REPM use with emphasis on the years from 2000 - 2010.- The geography of the REE.- Conclusion - the REE and the real problem.

Dr. Volker Zepf finished his professional military career in 2008 and studied Geography, Geology, Environmental Business Studies and Resource Strategy at Augsburg University. After his studies he joined Prof. Dr. Armin Reller's team at the Chair of Resource Strategy. His research foci are resource-geographical aspects of metals in general and rare earth elements and metals needed for renewable energies in particular.
Product Details ISBN: 9783642440106
ISBN-10: 364244010X
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: March 7th, 2015
Pages: 157
Language: English
Series: Springer Theses