Critical Metals

Optics.org reported on the use of rare earths to develop less expensive solid state lighting technology.

Optics.org reported on the use of rare earths to develop less expensive solid state lighting technology.

The market news is quoted as saying:

The big problem is that the crystal structures of GaN and silicon are pretty incompatible, meaning that a strain-balancing buffer layer of semiconductor material typically has to be grown between the two. Where the new approach is different is that it integrates layers of a rare-earth-oxide within the LED structure.

To read the full market news, click here.

MARKETS

Markets
TSX19062.91+345.79
TSXV647.33+15.54
DOW31500.68+823.32
S&P 5003911.74+116.01
NASD11607.62+375.43
ASX6528.40+19.90

COMMODITIES

Commodities
Gold1837.28+6.26
Silver21.46+0.33
Copper3.79+0.05
Palladium1937.00+60.00
Platinum918.50+7.50
Oil107.98+0.36
Heating Oil4.25+0.01
Natural Gas6.11-0.12

DOWNLOAD FREE REPORTS

×