|Origin of name:||Samarskite, the name of the mineral from which it was first isolated|
|Atomic weight:||150.36 u|
|Melting point:||1345 °K|
|Boiling point:||2067 °K|
|Specific heat capacity:||0.197 J/(g*K)|
|Abundance in Earth's crust:||7.05 mg/kg|
|Natural occurrence:||form decay|
Data from Wikipedia's "List of chemical elements" (June 2017).
|Supply concentration:||7.941 HHI (high), mined as Rare Earth Element *|
|Weighted country risk:||-0,30 GLR (moderate) *|
|World reserves:||110.000.000 t REE according to USGS (figure is likely to be underestimated, it does not consider recent significant exploration activity) *|
|Market development:||large supply surplus expected for light rare earth elements, but supply deficit for heavy rare earth elements *|
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