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Rare Metals

The following metals are commonly defined as “rare”, whereby annual production is, on the whole, 25,000 metric tonnes or less. Only the most obscure of these rare metals, such as the rare earths holmium, ytterbium, and lutetium, can still be defined as minor metals: this is because even today they only have minor uses since they are (and will remain) too rare ever to be available in sufficient quantity for mass production.

Neodymium Cadmium Lithium Yttrium Bismuth Praseodymium
Silver Gold Dysprosium Selenium Samarium Zirconium
Gadolinium Indium Terbium Europium Palladium Platinum
Germanium Gallium Rhenium Rhodium Hafnium Tantalum
Erbium Holmium Lutetium Scandium Tellurium Thorium
Thulium Ytterbium        


From this list of rare metals, the Technology Metals are typically defined as the following (x 32 in total)