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Definition of Uranite

Uranite
Uranite U"ra*nite, n. [Cf. G. uranit, F. uranite.] (Min.) A general term for the uranium phosphates, autunite, or lime uranite, and torbernite, or copper uranite.

Meaning of Uranite from wikipedia

- Uraninite, formerly pitchblende, is a radioactive, uranium-rich mineral and ore with a chemical composition that is largely UO2, but due to oxidation the...
- 1854. The archaic name "calco-uranite" pairs with the similarly composed mineral, torbernite, which was named "cupro-uranite". Both minerals are named due...
- Cu(UO2)2(PO4)2 • 8H2O Torbernite's most common alternative names are copper uranite and cupro-uranite. As a radioactive mineral, torbernite has some limited significance...
- calcite, iridium, isoferroplatinum, muscovite, pyrophylite, rutile and uranite. Due to the declining gold price in the nineties, the manufacturing industry...
- Old adit near Johanngeorgenstadt Jáchymov town hall Klínovec mountain Uranite from the Ore Mountains Erzgebirgisch, the local German dialect List of...
- deposit. The deposit was located within a cobalt mine, in the form of copper uranite ore. Iron ore was mined at nearby Coombing Park from 1899 to 1923. Carcoar...
- Hillebrand (1887–1953). During an analysis of the uranium containing mineral uranite he discovered that a gas evolved. He identified this gas by spectroscopic...
- mining occurred since the 1950s, when the district was opened again for uranite mining, several mines around the town were opened. The industry was included...
- (1949) The Distribution of Radioactivity (1951) On the Impersistence of Uranite as a Detrital Mineral (1953) On the Occurrence of Uranium in Ancient Conglomerates...
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