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Uranium was discovered in 1789, in Berlin, Germany by Martin Heinrich Klaproth.
Description of uranium
Uranium is usually yellow/green and is usually found with other elements such as
Uranium is not particularly rare, it is more common than mercury and sliver.
Uranium is a solid at room temperature.
Uranium has an atomic mass of 230.029, and an atomic number of 92.
Eugène-Melchior Péligot was the first person to isolate the metal
Where is it found?
Uranium is number 92 on the periodic table and can be found in the Actinide Series.
Uranium can be found everywhere, even in the soil outside your house, it is just in really small particles.
!!!Warning, Uranium is extremely unstable!!!
when UF6 (uranium hexofluoride) comes into contact with water, it releases a corrosive gas called hydrogen fluoride.
This it the equation for uranium inside an atomic bomb 1n + 235U 140Ba + 93Kr + 3 1n
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