The search for critical rare earths

Carbonatite rocks are the main source of valuable rare earths. Scientists are searching for processes that concentrate the more valuable 'heavy' rare earths using examples in Namibia and Malawi, reports Frances Wall

Researchers from CSM and Nambia Rare Earths discuss a carbonatite dyke at Lofdal, Namibia (credit: Frances Wall)
Researchers from CSM and Nambia Rare Earths discuss a carbonatite dyke at Lofdal, Namibia (credit: Frances Wall)

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