Rare Earths MMI®: UCore Rare Metals Unveils New Separation/Recycling Process

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Ucore Rare Metals announced this week that it had secured the rights to a new minerals separation technology that had far-reaching potential for all future rare earths projects, in that it is able to separate the entire lanthanide suite, from lanthanum to lutetium, including yttrium and scandium.

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Addressing attendees at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s yearly convention, COO Ken Collison announced that Ucore had entered into an agreement with IBC Advanced Technologies to acquire the exclusive rights to IBC’s SuperLig molecular recognition technology (MRT), which could be applied to separate rare earth elements in mining and recycling applications, as well as in tailings processing applications.

 

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