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Treasure Found in Andhra Pradesh, Will it Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry? Know the Details!!!

  • Posted on April 4, 2023
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Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry:-

The National Geophysical Research Institute, located in Hyderabad, has discovered substantial reserves of 15 rare earth elements (REE) in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh. These elements are essential components in numerous everyday and industrial items, including Cell phones, televisions, computers, and automobiles.

Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry
Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry

While surveying non-traditional rocks, such as syenites, scientists from NGRI discovered a significant deposit of minerals in the lanthanide series in Andhra Pradesh. The elements found included allanite, create, thorite, columbite, tantalite, apatite, zircon, monazite, pyrochlore, euxenite, and fluorite. PV Sunder Raju, a scientist from NGRI, stated that zircon with varying shapes was observed in the villages of Reddypalle and Peddavadaguru. He also added that the monazite grains exhibited high-order multiple colors with radial cracks within the grains, indicating the presence of radioactive elements.

Further feasibility studies will be conducted by deep drilling to obtain a better understanding of the rare earth elements (REEs) discovered. These elements have multiple applications in clean energy, aerospace, defense, and the production of permanent magnets, which are crucial components of modern electronics, wind turbines, jet aircraft, and several other products. Due to their luminescent and catalytic properties, REEs are widely employed in high technology. NGRI scientists have reported that the assessment of REEs, which has metallogenic implications, is currently underway in alkaline syenite complexes located in Andhra Pradesh.

Metallogeny, a geological discipline that studies the connection between the geological history of a region and its mineral deposits, is relevant in this context. The alkaline complexes, situated to the west and southwest of the Paleoproterozoic Cuddapah basin in the Anantapur district, are the focus of this study.

According to the scientists, various alkaline syenite deposits previously identified by the Geological Survey of India were re-examined for minerals containing REEs. These deposits, such as Dancherla, Peddavaduguru, Danduvaripalle, Reddypalle, Chintalchervu, and the Pulikonda complex in Anantapur and Chittoor districts, have the potential to be rich sources of REE-bearing minerals. The Dancherla syenite deposit, which has a total area of 18 square kilometers, is oval-shaped and is considered to be the primary deposit.

A scientist stated That an additional three hundred samples underwent further geochemical investigations to determine the REE mineralization potential.

Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry
Change the Game for the Automobile and Electronic Industry

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