Environmental Review of Coal Ash as a Resource for Rare Earth and Strategic Elements

@inproceedings{Mayfield2013EnvironmentalRO,
  title={Environmental Review of Coal Ash as a Resource for Rare Earth and Strategic Elements},
  author={David B Mayfield and Ari S. Lewis},
  year={2013}
}
Recently, prices of strategic minerals and rare earth elements have been rising dramatically due to global supply shortages and increasing demands. These metals are integral components of advanced technologies, such as, cell-phones, wind turbines, permanent magnets, and semi-conductors. The relative scarcity of these valuable elements has prompted many companies to search for new mineral sources. In addition to new mining ventures and electronic recycling programs, coal ash has been suggested… CONTINUE READING

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