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Definition of UO2

UO2
Uranyl U"ra*nyl, n. [Uranium + -yl.] (Chem.) The radical UO2, conveniently regarded as a residue of many uranium compounds.

Meaning of UO2 from wikipedia

- dioxide is produced by reducing uranium trioxide with hydrogen. UO3 + H2UO2 + H2O at 700 °C (973 K) This reaction plays an important part in the creation...
- hydroxide is a hydroxide of uranium with the chemical formula UO2(OH)2 in the monomeric form and (UO2)2(OH)4 in the dimeric; both forms may exist in normal aqueous...
- uranium(IV) oxide (UO2, the mineral uraninite or pitchblende) Diuranium pentoxide or uranium(V) oxide (U2O5) Uranium trioxide or uranium(VI) oxide (UO3) Triuranium...
- Uranyl nitrate (UO2(NO3)2) is a water soluble yellow uranium salt. The yellow-green crystals of dioxouranium nitrate hexahydrate are triboluminescent...
- oxycation of uranium in the oxidation state +6, with the chemical formula UO2+ 2. It has a linear structure with short U–O bonds, indicative of the presence...
- and various hydrated complexes in ground water solutions. UO2(OH)2 UO2(CO3)22− UO2(CO3)34− UO2(CO3)(OH)3− A common method for concentrating uranium from...
- MOX usually consists of two phases, UO2 and PuO2, and/or a single phase solid solution (U,Pu)O2. The content of PuO2 may vary from 1.5 wt.% to 25–30 wt...
- autunite, Ca(UO2)2(PO4)2 • 8-12H2O uraninite, UO2 uranophane, Ca(UO2)2Si2O7 • 6H2O uranocircite, Ba(UO2)2(PO4)2 • 8-12H2O topaz, Al2SiO4(F,OH)2 The most obvious...
- Dimensionality in the UO2(CH3COO)2·2H2O/HF(aq)/Piperazine System. Syntheses, Structures, and Characterization of Zero-Dimensional (C4N2H12)UO2F4·3H2O, One-Dimensional...
- environment. In the presence of oxygen (O2), uranium dioxide (UO2) is oxidized to U3O8, whereas uranium trioxide (UO3) loses oxygen at temperatures above...
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