25 Oct 2022 | Abstracted from Global Times/China"A team from the University of Cambridge and colleagues from Austria found a new way to make tetrataenite, a possible replacement for rare-earth magnets.
"...possible to produce tetrataenite, an iron-nickel alloy, at scale by adding the common element phosphorous.
"China accounted for 58 percent of rare-earth production worldwide in 2020, down from around 90 percent some four years ago .."
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