Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are isotopes of uranium.
Practically all the isotopes obtained by the nuclear fission of uranium are artificial radioactive isotope.
A U-235 is a radioactive Uranium regulator. This radioactivity was accidentally discovered in 1896 by French physicist Antoine Henri Becquerel.
When it becomes uranium-235. Uranium-235 is always unstable.
Uranium-235 is an isotope of uranium making up about 0.72% of natural uranium.
Natural uranium contain 0,7204 % uranium 235.
Approx. 0,7 % uranium 235 in natural uranium.
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
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.
Isotopes Uranium 235 and uranium 238 are only natural isotopes of the element uranium.
Uranium 235 has 92 neutrons and uranium 238 has 95 neutrons.