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Uranium-235 and uranium-238 are isotopes of uranium.

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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.


Similar to all other chemical elements the uranium atom has protons, neutrons and electrons; uranium is also unstable and radioactive.


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


Similar to all other chemical elements the uranium atom has protons, neutrons and electrons; uranium is also unstable and radioactive. Potters use uranium in their gaze to get a rich yellow colour.


Uranium and radium, and a number of others, are natural elements found in the ground, and they are radioactive.


Uranium and berkelium are radioactive elements.


Uranium-236 has 92 electrons and 144 neutrons.Uranium-236 is a radioactive artificial isotope.


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 is a heavy chemical element; this type of elements are unstable and generally radioactive.


All the elements after uranium in the periodic table of the elements has radioactive elements.


The proportion between protons and neutrons in the nucleus. Too much neutrons.


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


all elements after uranium (atomic number 92) are radioactive.



The individual protons and neutrons are basically indistinguishable; they don't have different names.


When an element "decays", it forms a different element. This is the definition of "decay" when referring to radioactive elements.


All of the elements that follow uranium are radioactive and produce radioactivity. There are other elements on the periodic table, including uranium and some elements that come before uranium that produce radioactivity as well.


use plutonium and neutrons under radioactive


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


No. The Curies did not discover uranium. They discovered polonium and radium, of which polonium is more radioactive.


Uranium is a chemical element and doesn't contain other elements,As all chemical elements uranium is formed from protons, neutrons and electrons.


Polonium and radium are discovered in wastes from uranium minerals, after uranium separation. The important radioactivity of these residues (without uranium) warned the two about the possible existence of other radioactive elements.


Polonium and radium are discovered in wastes from uranium minerals, after uranium separation. The important radioactivity of these residues (without uranium) warned the two about the possible existence of other radioactive elements.




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