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Answered 2008-06-26 12:55:20

U-238 has three neutrons more than U-235.

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Has had most of the uranium-235 (an isotope of uranium)) separated out of it.


Uranium-235 is a natural isotope with 143 neutrons. Uranium-231 is an artificial isotope with 139 neutrons.


No uranium is not chemically active



All the isotopes of uranium has 92 electrons and protons; only the number of neutrons is different for each isotope.


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



The number of the neutrons is different for each isotope of uranium; between 125 neutrons in uranium 217 and 150 neutrons in uranium 242.


Uranium 233 and uranium 235 as fissile isotopes Uranium 238 as a fertile isotope in breeder reactors


A nuclear reaction between an uranium isotope (e.g. uranium 238) and deuterons.


Yes, uranium 238 is a radioactive isotope of uranium.


Uranium-235 (natural) and uranium-233 (artificial).


Uranium atom has 92 protons and electrons; the number of neutrons is different for each isotope.


The half life is different for each isotope of uranium. See the link bellow.


Uranium-235 is the fissile isotope


The atomic number of uranium is 92. The number of neutrons of the isotope uranium-235 is 143.


Uranium chemically bonds with fluoride to form uranium tetrafluoride (UF4) and uranium hexafluoride (UF6). Uranium also bonds with chlorine to form uranium trichloride and uranium tetrachloride. Uranium bonds with other chemicals, including oxygen, but uranium oxides are the only common compounds there.


The most abundant isotope of uranium is 238U - 99,9742%.


Any isotope of uranium is specific. This notion don't exist.



Isotopes of an element have a different number of neutrons. For example Uranium-235 and Uranium-238 look chemically identical but 238U atom is slightly more massive due to the three extra neutrons.


The most common isotope of uranium is uranium-238.


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 %.


Natural uranium contain 0,7204 % uranium 235.


Uranium-235 is an isotope of uranium making up about 0.72% of natural uranium.



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