Welcome to Uranium, one of the most desired elements by third-world nations! Uranium is #92 on the Periodic Tables, and is used in producing energy as well as nuclear bombs.

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ChemicalElements.com: Uranium
Basic information, atomic structure, and isotopes.
Depleted Uranium
Information about depleted uranium in question and answer form.
The Element Uranium
Basic and advanced technical details and history concerning uranium.
EnvironmentalChemistry.com: Uranium
Atomic structure, chemical and physical properties, and table of nuclides.
It's Elemental - Isotopes of the Element Uranium
Has an extensive list about the isotopes of uranium. Gives mass number, half life, branching percentage, and decay mode of the isotopes.
It's Elemental: Uranium
Basic physical and historical information.
Radioactive Byproducts of Depleted Uranium (Uranium-238)
Shows the byproducs of depleted uranium and shows their half-lives.
Uranium and Its Compounds
Facts about uranium and its compounds, including physical and chemical properties, uses, and possible health effects.
Uranium-235 Chain Reaction
Shows examples uranium reactions in fission, as well as data about those reactions.
Uranium: Properties: Element
Very extensive information about the chemical/physical properties of uranium. Information includes the occurrence of uranium, isotopes, and spectrum.
WebElements: Uranium
Extensive information on history, uses, occurrence, compounds, and properties.
Wikipedia: Uranium
Properties of the element, including its history, applications, and characteristics.
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