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I suppose that the real price of enriched uranium is partially secret and also depends on the contract and the signing data. Also is a link between price and politics !

The most important is the enrichment percent in 235U: 3 % or 93 % ? And the quality: nuclear grade, weapons grade, standards for analysis (extremely expensive), etc.

Don't believe in the informations from TV, magazines, newspapers about the prices on the black market: only nonsense.

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Is Uranium-238 enriched uranium?

Enriched uranium: uranium with more than 0.7 % uranium 235. Uranium 238 is not enriched uranium.


What are the disadvantages of enriched uranium?

Disadvantages of enriched uranium:- it is very difficult to prepare- can be used for bombs- the price is prohibitive- need of a complicate and expensive technology


What is differentiation enriched uranium?

Enriched uranium is an uranium with more than 0,7 % uranium 235.


How much is uranium dioxide worth?

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What are the positive enriched uranium?

- the energy released from enriched uranium is higher compared to natural uranium- the amount of uranium needed for a reactor is lower- research reactors work only with enriched uranium- atomic bombs have highly enriched uranium or plutonium


What element if often enriched and used in nuclear bombs?

Uranium is enriched in the isotope uranium-235, producing uranium-238 as waste.


Is plutonium and enriched uranium the same thing?

Plutonium and enriched uranium are different materials.Enriched uranium is uranium with a concentration of the isotope 235U greater than the natural concentration of 0,7 %.


What is the differences between a uranium bomb and a plutonium bomb?

The critical mass of plutonium is lower, plutonium is not so expensive as highly enriched uranium, the technology to obtain plutonium is more simple than the isotopic separa-tion of uranium, etc.


How much is enriched uranium?

Uranium can be enriched to 99,9 %.But usually, for the use in nuclear reactors, the enrichment is under 20 %.


Does uranium need to be enriched in order to be used in a nuclear reactor?

Some nuclear power reactors work with low enriched uranium; CANDU reactors work with natural uranium.


What are the hazards of Uranium?

Uranium is toxic and radioactive; the highly enriched uranium has a risk of criticality.


How many moles are in a 140 grams of uranium?

divide 140 by the atomic weight of the uranium you want to know about. it will be different if you are asking about natural, enriched, or depleted uranium and how much its enriched or depleted.


Name the element once enriched can form the core of a nuclear bomb?

Uranium hexafluoride (hex) is a compound of uranium that becomes a gas when heated. In gaseous form, it can be "enriched". Enriched uranium is needed for research reactors, most non-Canadian power reactors, and bombs.


Enriched uranium uranium 235 or uranium 238?

Enriched uranium is still usually mainly 238U, but it has a higher percentage of 235U than the natural abundance. Depleted uranium is exactly the opposite: it's got a LOWER than normal amount of 235U.


When uranium will blast?

Uranium will blast only when a mass of enriched uranium attain the critical mass.


Does CANDU reactor use enriched uranium?

CANDU Reactors are specifically designed such that they do not require enriched uranium, and can operate entirely on naturally-occurring uranium. A CANDU design is generally used by parties that do not desire uranium enrichment facilities, due to the cost of those facilities. That said, a CANDU reactor CAN use enriched uranium, they are fully capable of supporting that fuel type.


What is enriched uranium?

Enriched uranium is uranium that has had its U-235 isotope content elevated above what it would be when we refine natural uranium after recovering the metal from ore.We know that U-235 is the desired fissionable isotope of uranium, but it is the isotope U-238 that is present in over 99% of all the naturally occurring uranium we mine and recover. We have to put the uranium through a process to separate the U-235 from the U-238. As these two isotopes are chemically identical, it takes a mechanical process to separate them. After running the uranium through a process designed to take advantage of the difference in the mass of the two atoms, the industry will recover uranium with a very high percentage of the U-235 isotope, and this is called enriched uranium.If uranium is enriched to a point where there is up to about 20% U-235, it is low-enriched uranium. Above that 20% mark we see highly enriched uranium. Above about 85%, we call the product weapons-grade uranium. A link can be found below for more information.


Is uranium used in missiles?

Only if these missiles transport bombs with enriched uranium.


What is uranium - 235 when added to natural uranium?

Natural uranium has approx. 0,7 % 235U; uranium with more than 0,7 % 235U is an enriched uranium.


How many tons of uranium ore are needed to make one kilo of enriched uranium?

A Wikipedia article (see link below) gives the concentration of uranium in ore as 0.01 to 0.25 percent, which is a wide range. If we take 0.1 percent as typical, then 1 tonne (1000Kg) of ore would produce 1 Kg of uranium. This is natural uranium, which is normally enriched by about six times to produce suitable enriched uranium for fuel, so you can say that about 6 tonnes of ore would be needed to give 1 Kg of enriched uranium, but there is considerable variation of this from one source of ore to another


What is the Uranium bomb?

A bomb containing highly enriched uranium (in the isotope 235U) as explosive.


What would a lump of enriched uranium the size of a baseball annihilate?

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Is uranium used in atomic bombs?

Yes, enriched uranium can be used in atomic bombs.


Is uranium or plutonium used as fuel in a nuclear reactor?

Though both enriched uranium and plutonium can be used, the most common in enriched Uranium-235. The waste that comes from the reaction is a mix of elements (uranium, plutonium, etc) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_power


How much is one gram of uranium?

More than you can afford. Uranium, particularly enriched uranium, is not available to the general public.