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Apatite Replacement and Rare Earth Mobilization ...

The rare earth elements were present in very small crystals and aggregates of secondary minerals (< 10 μm) and coexisted with clays and secondary Fe-Ti oxides. The weathered granite was enriched about 6 to 10 times in all rare earth elements except Ce relative to fresh granite if the abundances were corrected for apparent enrichment due to ...

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(PDF) Unravelling the regolith with geochemistry | Kenneth ...

234 Regolith 2006 - Consolidation and Dispersion of Ideas REFERENCES BANFIELD J.F. & EGGLETON R.A. 1989. Apatite replacement and rare earth mobilisation, fractionation and fixation during weathering. Clays and Clay Minerals 37, 113-127. CHAN R.A. 2005. Girilambone regolith and landscape evolution.

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REE Publications: Intramural- Research Innovation Center ...

Enrichment of Rare Earth Elements (REEs) from Coal and Coal By-Products: 256th ACS National Meeting (Boston, MA) 2018 Conference Presentations: Y. Soong, R. Lin, B. Howard, E.J. Granite, C. Lopano, E. Roth, M. Stuckman: Extracting the Rare Earth Elements (REE) From Coal Fly Ash via the Combination of Physical Separation and Chemical Extraction ...

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REE mobilization, fractionation and precipitation during ...

ree mobilization, fractionation and precipitation during weathering 2 5 3 3. REE behaviour Whole samples: In general there is an in- crease of the REE contents with increasing weathering. Ce is less concentrated than the other REE, developing negative anomalies.

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Rare earth elements as reactive tracers of biogeochemical ...

Rare earth elements as reactive tracers of biogeochemical weathering in forested rhyolitic terrain Angélica Vázquez-Ortegaa, Julia Perdriala, Adrian Harpoldb,d,XavierZapata-Ríosb, Craig Rasmussena, Jennifer McIntoshb, Marcel Schaapa, Jon D. Pelletierc,PaulD.Brooksb, Mary Kay Amistadia, Jon Chorovera,c,⁎ a Department of Soil, Water & Environmental Science, University of Arizona, 1177 East ...

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Regolith-hosted rare earth element deposits - Wikipedia

Regolith-hosted rare earth element deposits (also known as ion-adsorption deposits) are rare-earth element (REE) ores in decomposed rocks that are formed by intense weathering of REE-rich parental rocks (e.g. granite, tuff etc.) in subtropical areas. In these areas, rocks are …

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Rare Earth - I Just Want to Celebrate - YouTube

Mar 13, 2008· Rare Earth - I Just Want to Celebrate Chadman2000. Loading... Unsubscribe from Chadman2000? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working... Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 15K. Loading...

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Rare earth element patterns: A tool for identifying trace ...

Rare earth element patterns: A tool for identifying trace metal sources during wetland soil reduction Mélanie Davranche⁎, Malgorzata Grybos1, Gérard Gruau, Mathieu Pédrot, Aline Dia, Rémi Marsac Géosciences Rennes - UMR CNRS 6118, Université Rennes 1 - …

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Geochemical Evidence for Rare-Earth Element Mobilization ...

@article{osti_1468249, title = {Geochemical Evidence for Rare-Earth Element Mobilization during Kaolin Diagenesis}, author = {Cheshire, Michael C. and Bish, David L. and Cahill, John F. and Kertesz, Vilmos and Stack, Andrew G.}, abstractNote = {This study investigates how saprolization influences inherent rare-earth element (REE) source rock ...

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ACQUISITION, FEB 1 0 2014 - E&E News

Department of Defense projects almost no growth in U.S. defense demand for rare earths between 2015 and 2018.7 The Department observes that the supply of rare earths for U.S. defense acquisition ...

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Rare Earth Elements: Their Importance in Understanding ...

The rare earth elements (REEs) are commonly defined as lanthanum (La) and the 14 elements comprising the Lanthanide series. The REE's typically exhibit trivalent oxidation states; however, Europium may also occur as Eu2+ and Cerium may occur as Ce4+. The REE's ionic radii decrease on progression from La to Lu, which results in a slight but predictable change in their chemical affinity.

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Microbial mobilization of rare earth elements (REE) from ...

Microbial mobilization of rare earth elements (REE) from mineral solids—A mini review Fabienne Barmettler, Claudio Castelberg, Carlotta Fabbri, and Helmut Brandl * Working Group of Environmental Microbiology, Department of Evolutionary Biology and

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Trace and Rare Earth Element Partitions in Organic ...

Jun 01, 2015· Compared with V, Ni is more concentrated in organic phases of mudstone. Under the absence of sulfur-containing compounds, Ni is more enriched in lacustrine oils relative to marine oils. (d) The similar trace and rare earth element patterns in reservoir bitumens indicate that trace and rare earth elements can be employed in oil-oil correlation.

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Toxicological Evaluations of Rare Earths and Their Health ...

Mar 11, 2013· Given the recent toxicological results on the exposure of cells, animals and workers to rare earth compounds, it is important to review the toxicological studies, in order to improve the current understanding of the rare earth compounds. This will also help to establish a sustainable, safe and healthy working environment for the RE industries.

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Hydrothermal Rare Earth Element Mobilisation Processes in ...

Hydrothermal rare earth element mobilisation processes in the Yinachang Fe-Cu-(REE) deposit, south-west China, in Proceedings PACRIM 2015 Congress, pp 265–270 (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne).

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REE – Rare Earth Elements - GTK

REE – Rare Earth Elements Introduction The rare earth elements (REEs) are the elements from lanthanum to lutetium (atomic numbers 57–71) in the periodic table. The REEs are further subdivided on the basis of their atomic number and mass: La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm [N.B. promethium is …

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Rare earth elements in the modern sediments of the Bay of ...

Particulate rare earth elements (REEs) were measured in modern sediment from the Bay of Biscay. Vertical profiles of total and reactive (ascorbate reducible) REEs have been studied in four contrasted sites ranging at water depth from 150 to 2800 m. The focus is on the coupling between the diagenetic conditions and the behavior of particulate REE.

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Hydrothermal Mobilisation of the Rare Earth Elements – a ...

Hydrothermal Mobilisation of the Rare Earth Elements – ... lthough the rare earth elements have been thought by many to be immobile in hydrothermal fl uids, we have known since the fi rst

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EHARACTERIZATION OF MULTIPLE FLUID.FLOW EVENTS AND …

6n thz c atndi an miner ai o g is t vol. 35, pp.6x-658 (1997) eharacterization of multiple fluid.flow events and rare.earth.element mobility associated with formation of

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RARE EARTH ELEMENT MOBILIZATION AND MIGRATION IN A ...

Little information is available concerning the organic matter complexation and migration of other elements, particularly the rare earth elements (REE). Four pedons representing the Padus series (coarse-loamy, mixed, superactive, frigid Alfic Haplorthods) from Wisconsin were selected to determine if selected transition metals and the REE are ...

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Geochemistry of continental subduction-zone fluids | Earth ...

Dec 11, 2013· The composition of continental subduction-zone fluids varies dramatically from dilute aqueous solutions at subsolidus conditions to hydrous silicate melts at supersolidus conditions, with variable concentrations of fluid-mobile incompatible trace elements. At ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) metamorphic conditions, supercritical fluids may occur with variable compositions.

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Geochemical Evidence for Rare-earth Element Mobilization ...

Rare-earth element geochemistry signatures are particularly useful for tracking element sources and mobility and are therefore powerful tools in the investigation of clay mineral formation and diagenesis. Rare-earth element and bulk chemical compositions were determined using discrete chemical analyses and chemical imaging.

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Rare earth element mobilization from marine atmospheric ...

ELSEVIER Marine Chemistry 46 (1994) 255-260 NNIIIfg Rare earth element mobilization from marine atmospheric dust into seawater M.J. Greavesa, P.J. Stathamb, H. Elderfieldl'a aDepartment of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EQ, UK bDepartment of Oceanography, University of Southampton, Southampton S09 5NH, UK (Received May 17, 1993; …

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USGS Mineral Resources Program The Rare-Earth Elements ...

Most REEs are not as rare as the group's name suggests. They were named "rare-earth elements" because most were identified during the 18th and 19th centuries as "earths" (originally defined as materials that could not be changed further by heat) and in comparison to other "earths," such as lime or magnesia, they were relatively rare.

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Ecosystem Composition Controls the Fate of Rare Earth ...

title = "Ecosystem Composition Controls the Fate of Rare Earth Elements during Incipient Soil Genesis", abstract = "The rare earth elements (REE) are increasingly important in a variety of science and economic fields, including (bio)geosciences, paleoecology, astrobiology, and mining.

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Rare-Earth Separation Using Bacteria - Environmental ...

The rare-earth elements are critical to many green energy technologies but are difficult to separate from one another because of their chemical similarity. We demonstrate an alternative, biogenic method based on the adsorption of lanthanide to the bacterium Roseobacter sp. AzwK-3b, immobilized on an assay filter, followed by subsequent desorption as a function of pH.

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Rare Earth (band) - Wikipedia

Rare Earth is an American rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (named after the band), which prospered from 1970–1972. Although not the first white band signed to Motown, Rare Earth was the first big hit-making act signed by Motown that consisted only of white members. (None of the previously signed all-white acts - The Rustix, The Dalton Boys, or The Underdogs - had ...

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High mobilization of arsenic, metals and rare earth ...

High mobilization of arsenic, metals and rare earth elements in seepage waters driven by respiration of old allochthonous organic carbon. Weiske A(1), Schaller J, Hegewald T, Machill S, Werner I, Dudel EG.

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Liberty Stara??s (LBSR) Potential Play on Rare Earth ...

Rare earth elements (REEs) are a set of 17 chemical elements that are typically dispersed and not often found concentrated in economically viable ore deposits. Despite their limited availability on the global marketplace, the elements are used in a number of high tech industries, ranging from missiles to everyday rechargeable batteries used in electronics.

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Rare Earth Element Concentrations in Geothermal Fluids …

Rare Earth Element Concentrations in Geothermal Fluids and Epidote from the Reykjanes Geothermal System, Iceland Andrew P.G. Fowler and Robert A. Zierenberg Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616, USA [email protected]

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