"This book is an update to a very well-written and valuable reference text that has capitalized on an important and scarce commodity. It provides invaluable information on a very important aspect of the development of green energy. Rare earth magnets have become essential components in a wide variety of technical advancements (windmills, Chevy Volt, etc.)."
—Patrick R. Taylor, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, USA
"[A strength of this book is] the completeness of the coverage. The addition of a recycling chapter is a good idea. … This is a timely update of a book that is already important. The sooner it appears in print, the better."
—Mark E. Schlesinger, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, USA
This book describes the properties, characteristics, and uses of rare earth elements. It explains where, in what quantities, and how these elements occur in nature, as well as how they are processed from ores into marketable end materials. Retaining its status as a comprehensive monograph for academic, industry, and regulatory professionals, the Second Edition includes a new chapter on the recycling of rare earth elements from devices such as unused batteries and electronics, and is updated throughout with important developments from the past ten years.
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