Australia pivots as rare earth-EV revolution beckons

Neodymium begins life as a “rare earth” element (REE) encased in another mineral. Once pulled from the ground, the rock has to be crushed and cracked — a process that involves heating the material to break the chemical bonds that bind it together. After that comes “leaching,” where a chemical wash is used to dissolve
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