uranium ore

NOUN
  1. any ore from which uranium can be extracted
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How To Use uranium ore In A Sentence

  • Mining of uranium ores has been a controversial issue because of its use in atomic weapons and the potential for accidents at nuclear power stations.
  • What's more, North America has vast deposits of uranium ore, and scooping it up is no real challenge.
  • In 1898, after laboriously isolating various substances by successive chemical reactions and crystallizations of the products, which they then tested for their ability to ionize air, the Curies announced the discovery of polonium, and then of radium salts weighing about 0.1 gram that had been derived from tons of uranium ore. Curie, Marie Sklodowska
  • In 1943 tungsten (which they used for their armour-piercing solid shot) supplies from Portugal were stopped and Albert Speer turned over the German stockpile of 1200 tons of uranium ore to replace the tungsten. Oh. My. God.
  • The francium that does exist is found in trace amounts in uranium ores.
  • A conveyor belt has been built to take uranium ore from its mine to processing facilities. Times, Sunday Times
  • After the Uranium metal was separated form the Uranium ore it is put into a gas centrifuge to separate the U - 235 and U - 238.
  • The republic has supplies of coal and lignite (brown coal) and uranium ore.
  • Constructing stations, mining uranium ore, milling, enriching, fabrication, decommissioning etc - are all very carbon-intensive processes.
  • In eastern Wyoming is a unique deposit of uranium ore in a quartzite which lies between mica-schist and granite. The Economic Aspect of Geology
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