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HREE Ionic Adsorption Clay (Regolith Clay)

What Is HREE Ionic Adsorption Clay? HREE Ionic Adsorption Clay, or Regolith Clay, is a type of rare earth element (REE) deposit formed through prolonged weathering of REE-rich volcanic and metamorphic rocks. These deposits are particularly interesting to mining industries due ...

By |2024-06-09T21:24:47+00:00June 6th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Rare Earth Element|0 Comments

Placer deposits

Monazite and xenotime are both fascinating minerals associated with placer deposits, particularly in beach sands. Let’s explore their significance: Monazite: Composition: Monazite is a reddish-brown phosphate mineral containing rare-earth elements (REEs). Due to variability in composition, it is considered a ...

By |2024-04-23T21:52:42+00:00April 23rd, 2024|Categories: Uncat|0 Comments

Paleo-Ocean Abyssal Plains: A Haven for Rare Earth Elements

The paleo-ocean abyssal plains unveil a hidden world beneath the ocean's depths, offering a vast expanse where rare earth element (REE)-enriched muds and hydrogenetic nodules silently accumulate. These enigmatic formations, cloaked in mystery, hold the promise of unlocking a new ...

By |2024-06-09T21:20:55+00:00April 23rd, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Rare Earth Element|0 Comments

Lithium-Enriched Claystone

Lithium-Enriched Claystone: A Geological Marvel Abstract Lithium, a critical component of modern technology, often conjures images of brine pools and hard rock mines. Yet, hidden beneath the Earth’s surface lies another treasure trove: lithium-enriched claystone deposits. In this comprehensive exploration, ...

By |2024-04-24T19:24:54+00:00April 5th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Lithium|0 Comments

Monazite Beach Placers

Monazite Beach Placers: A Treasure Trove of Rare Earth Elements Monazite Beach Placers stand as a testament to the intricate dance of geological processes, offering a captivating glimpse into Earth's rich mineral bounty. These remarkable formations have captured the imaginations ...

By |2024-04-26T02:20:38+00:00March 20th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Rare Earth Element|0 Comments

Carbonatite

What Is Carbonatite? Definition: Carbonatite is an intrusive or extrusive igneous rock characterized by its mineralogical composition, which consists of more than 50% carbonate minerals1. Distinctive Features: Carbonate Minerals: These rocks contain a significant proportion of carbonate minerals, such as calcite and dolomite. ...

By |2024-06-09T21:18:44+00:00March 20th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Rare Earth Element|0 Comments

Alkaline Intrusive Complex

Alkaline Intrusive Complexes are a fascinating subject in the field of geology, offering a rich source of minerals and providing insights into the Earth’s mantle processes. Introduction Alkaline rocks form an expansive category of igneous rocks. They are generally deficient ...

By |2024-06-09T21:22:52+00:00March 20th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Rare Earth Element|0 Comments

Lithium Shallow closed basin brine

Lithium shallow closed basin brines refer to a type of lithium resource found within underground reservoirs formed by geological processes in closed basin environments. In these basins, evaporative processes concentrate lithium dissolved in the brines, leading to economically viable lithium ...

By |2024-04-22T20:15:31+00:00March 20th, 2024|Categories: Energy Minerals, Lithium|0 Comments
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