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Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are two different natural, radioactive isotopes of uranium.

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Isotopes Uranium 235 and uranium 238 are only natural isotopes of the element uranium.


Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are different isotopes of the element uranium. They have different mass numbers due to different numbers of neutrons.


Uranium 235 has 143 neutrons and uranium 238 has 146 neutrons.






Uranium-235 and uranium-238 has 92 protons and 92 electrons; but uranium-235 has 143 neutrons and uranium-238 has 146 neutrons.


Uranium-235 has 143 neutrons and uranium-238 has 146 neutrons. And of course the atomic masses are different.


- Uranium-235 has 143 neutrons. - Uranium-238 has 146 neutrons. - The atomic mass of uranium-238 is greater.


Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are natural, radioactive isotopes of uranium; they have 92 protons and electrons but the number of neutrons is different: - for 235U: 143 - for 238U: 146


Uranium 235 has 92 neutrons and uranium 238 has 95 neutrons.




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


U-235 and U-238 are natural radioactive isotopes.


Uranium 235 and uranium 238 are especially alpha particles emitters. They are natural radioactive isotopes.


Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are natural isotopes of the one and the same element: uranium. All the isotopes of uranium (natural or artificial) are radioactive.


Uranium-238 don't suport a nuclear chain reaction; reasons belong to nuclear physics. Uranium-235 - yes !


Uranium 235 halflife: 7,038.108 years Uranium 238 halflife: 4,468.109 years


No, Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are radioactive, natural isotopes (not molecules, but atoms) of the one and the same element: uranium.Both with 92 protons and 235-92 = 143 neutrons in U-235 but 146 neutrons in U-238.


Yes, Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are natural, radioactive isotopes of the one and the same element: uranium. Both with 92 protons and 235-92 = 143 neutrons in U-235 but 146 neutrons in U-238


U from uranium235U and 238U (recommended); also possible U-235 and U-238 or uranium-235 and uranium-238.


U235 is Uranium-235, a less common isotope of uranium. The most common isotope of uranium is Uranium-238, or U-238.


Uranium 235 and uranium 238 are used in radiometric methods for dating of geological samples.



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