How Is Uranium Formed?

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It is believed to have been formed approximately 6.6 billion years ago in a super novae. It is a product of elements which may have been present on Earth or in other places at some time in the history of the universe.
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As a metal uranium is solid at room temperature and is radioactive. Many compounds of uranium are known: oxides, halogenides, nitrides, carbides, silicides, sulfides, nitrates, sulfates
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Ok uranium is widely distributed in its ores but is not found uncombined in nature. Also it is a fairly abundant element in the earths crust being about 40 times as abundant as silver
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1. Identify the biggest producers of uranium whose shares can be traded on a major Western stock exchange. The biggest uranium mining companies are located in Canada and Australia
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Uranium, like all the other elments, is formed in the heat and pressure of exploding stars. It is dispersed into the universe, acretes with other elements in pure or molecularized
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Uranium is a slightly radioactive element. Uranium is hard to find to be able to mine it. You can find it though in small quantities in rock, soils and waters. You can find more information here: http://ees.nmt.edu/˜dulmer/NMCEP/NMCEP%20Nuclear%20Energy6.html
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