The Department of Earth Sciences in the College of Science held a panel discussion on the close relationship between rare and precious earth minerals and the political economy. The episode included a lecture by Dr. Amjad Shihab Hamad, which dealt with the importance of minerals with a very low concentration in the rocks of the earth’s crust, and they number 15 elements, to which the elements uterium and scandium are added, and they have a great strategic, economic and security impact on the plans of the producing and exporting countries. The igneous carbonite rocks are the main source of these minerals globally, in addition to to deposits of clays adsorbing ions. The episode touched on the many applications of rare metals in microelectronic circuits And green energy to medical technology to support hundreds of communications, defense and space systems.
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