Rare Earths Neodymium, Dysprosium Bre...

Rare Earths Neodymium, Dysprosium Breaches Critical Supply Numbers

There are 1 comment on the International Business Times story from Apr 12, 2012, titled Rare Earths Neodymium, Dysprosium Breaches Critical Supply Numbers. In it, International Business Times reports that:

Rare earths neodymium and dysprosium, critical components needed to create high-performance permanent magnets to support certain technologies, have been found in the brink of supply in the coming years, according to a research by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Materials Systems Laboratory.

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bill

New Cumberland, PA

#1 Apr 13, 2012
what does a brink of supply mean? if you mean a shortage say so. is it good or bad for american companies. who stands to gain? what impact will it make on certain technologies? is this an investment possibility? is there a substitute for it? if you are going to write an article, don't be on the brink of it.

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