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Source, Time, LIGHT RARE EARTH METALS, Last Price, % Week, % Year, Dec, Units. , 09 May , Lanthanum metal ≥ 99%, The production reference price of the oxide domestic products of praseodymium fell by 20, yuan ($3,) per metric ton to reach , yuan to , yuan per ton on Tuesday, with an average price of , yuan, according to statistics from That said, light rare earths can be important too. For example, neodymium and praseodymium, which are used in rare earth magnets, fall into the light category. Neodymium, praseodymium and other elements used in rare earth magnets, such as dysprosium, can be quite expensive.
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