USA Rare Earth Elements Breakthrough: Critical Materials Institute Manufactures Magnets Entirely From US-sourced Rare Earths

DOE/AMES LABORATORY “We were asked if it was still possible to make these magnets entirely within the U.S., now that

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Unusual Europium and Indium (Eu2In) Compound Creates A New Class of Functional Materials

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory have discovered an earlier unknown discontinuous magnetoelastic transition in a rare-earth intermetallic. The mechanism of the material’s changing magnetic state is so unusual, it provides new possibilities for discovery of similar materials.

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