Translation of uranium in Spanish:


uranio, n.

Pronunciation /jʊˈreɪniəm/ /jʊˈreɪnɪəm/

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    uranio masculine
    • It is not possible, however, to construct weapons directly out of uranium or slightly enriched uranium.
    • All countries have uranium, uranium is a very common material around the world.
    • It is not certain if the effects are due to the chemical or the radioactive properties of uranium.
    • He advises the villagers to drink a lot of milk because the calcium compounds with uranium.
    • There are large unexploited nickel deposits, and uranium, vanadium, and gold.
    • A highly radioactive solution of water, plutonium and uranium is constantly leaking out.
    • However, uranium is a heavy metal and the safety limits are based on its toxicity as a metal.
    • Radon is produced when trace amounts of uranium and radium in the soil or rocks decay.
    • To develop a comprehensive set of nuclear weapons, enriched plutonium and uranium are needed.
    • Enrichment is a process of purifying uranium for use as nuclear fuel or in weapons.
    • Depleted uranium is an extremely dense substance derived from enriched uranium.
    • The Curies discovered radium, a radioactive substance, in uranium oxide ore.
    • Workers there recently learned that they were exposed to both plutonium and uranium.
    • And extracting uranium and storing nuclear waste both produce carbon emissions.
    • This time it was uranium and iron ore which provided the much needed employment opportunities.
    • Enrichment can produce different grades of uranium that can be used for fuel or nuclear warheads.
    • The chemical toxicity of uranium is also well known, though somewhat less well understood.
    • The heavy elements like gold or lead or uranium are very rare in the universe.
    • Radioactive uranium oxide pellets were found in a controlled area of the plant.
    • Depleted uranium is derived from natural uranium mined from the earth's crust.