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Trends and Problems in Research of Permanent Magnets for Motors — Addressing Scarcity Problem of Rare Earth Elements — Sumio

@inproceedings{Kozawa2011TrendsAP,
  title={Trends and Problems in Research of Permanent Magnets for Motors — Addressing Scarcity Problem of Rare Earth Elements — Sumio},
  author={Sumio Kozawa},
  year={2011}
}
One of the fundamental technologies necessary for the creation of a low-carbon society, such as nextgeneration vehicles and energy-saving home electric appliances, is the neodymium magnet for motors. The urgent issue facing neodymium magnets, for which demand has increased dramatically, is resource risk. In particular, the resource problem concerning dysprosium (Dy) is serious. Dysprosium is used in magnets for the motors of next-generation vehicles, such as hybrid cars, plug-in hybrid vehicles… 

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