Photos from: Rare earths future hangs in the balance

White and black terbium and dysprosium oxide powders.Colorful balanced stones in shallow waters near a beach.Piles of white, grey, black, and yellow rare earth oxide powders.

Peggy Greb, U.S. Department of Agriculture

The low-carbon energy transition is creating enormous demand for magnet rare earths but an oversupply of more abundant REEs. Clockwise from top center: praseodymium, cerium, lanthanum, neodymium, samarium, and gadolinium.

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