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Uranium

Description & History
ura·ni·um (circa 1797):
a silvery heavy radioactive polyvalent metallic element that is found especially in pitchblende and uraninite and exists naturally as a mixture of three isotopes of mass number 234, 235, and 238 in the proportions of 0.006 percent, 0.71 percent, and 99.28 percent respectively
Element

SymbolU
Z 92
Atomic Weight 238.070007
Density 19.0499992
Edge Energies
(keV)
K 115.602997
L1 21.7560005
L2 20.9470005
L3 17.1669998
M 5.54899979
K-alpha 98.4280014
K-beta 111.289001
L-alpha 13.6129999
L-beta 17.2180004
Edge jumps

K INF
L1 NAN
L2 1.40999997
L3 2.29200006
Fluorescence
yield
K 0.972000003
L1 0.175999999
L2 5.54899979
L3 98.4280014

Alphabetical List of Elements

  Actinium(Ac) Europium(Eu) Neodymium(Nd) Silicon(Si)
  Aluminum(Al) Fermium(Fm) Neon(Ne) Silver(Ag)
  Americium(Am) Fluorine(F) Neptunium(Np) Sodium(Na)
  Antimony(Sb) Francium(Fr) Nickel(Ni) Strontium(Sr)
  Argon(Ar) Gadolinium(Gd) Niobium(Nb) Sulfur(S)
  Arsenic(As) Gallium(Ga) Nitrogen(N) Tantalum(Ta)
  Astatine(At) Germanium(Ge) Nobelium(No) Technetium(Tc)
  Barium(Ba) Gold(Au) Osmium(Os) Tellurium(Te)
  Berkelium(Bk) Hafnium(Hf) Oxygen(O) Terbium(Tb)
  Beryllium(Be) Hassium(Hs) Palladium(Pd) Thallium(Tl)
  Bismuth(Bi) Helium(He) Phosphorus(P) Thorium(Th)
  Bohrium(Bh) Holmium(Ho) Platinum(Pt) Thulium(Tm)
  Boron(B) Hydrogen(H) Plutonium(Pu) Tin(Sn)
  Bromine(Br) Indium(In) Polonium(Po) Titanium(Ti)
  Cadmium(Cd) Iodine(I) Potassium(K) Tungsten(W)
  Calcium(Ca) Iridium(Ir) Praseodymium(Pr) Ununbium(Uub)
  Californium(Cf) Iron(Fe) Promethium(Pm) Ununhexium(Uuh)
  Carbon(C) Krypton(Kr) Protactinium(Pa) Ununnilium(Uun)
  Cerium(Ce) Lanthanum(La) Radium(Ra) Ununoctium(Uuo)
  Cesium(Cs) Lawrencium(Lr) Radon(Rn) Ununquadium(Uuq)
  Chlorine(Cl) Lead(Pb) Rhenium(Re) Unununium(Uuu)
  Chromium(Cr) Lithium(Li) Rhodium(Rh) Uranium(U)
  Cobalt(Co) Lutetium(Lu) Rubidium(Rb) Vanadium(V)
  Copper(Cu) Magnesium(Mg) Ruthenium(Ru) Xenon(Xe)
  Curium(Cm) Manganese(Mn) Rutherfordium(Rf) Ytterbium(Yb)
  Dubnium(Db) Meitnerium(Mt) Samarium(Sm) Yttrium(Y)
  Dysprosium(Dy) Mendelevium(Md) Scandium(Sc) Zinc(Zn)
  Einsteinium(Es) Mercury(Hg) Seaborgium(Sg) Zirconium(Zr)
  Erbium(Er) Molybdenum(Mo) Selenium(Se)


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