becquerelite

becquerelite

[be′kre‚līt]
(mineralogy)
CaU6O19·11H2O An orthorhombic mineral consisting of a hydrated oxide of uranium; occurs in tabular, elongated, striated, and massive form.
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Topics include the mechanisms of long-term uranium transport under oxidizing conditions, the structural chemistry of thorium iodates, the structural investigation of neptunium (IV) in toxicological processes, murataite ceramics doped with lanthanides and uranium, and the effects of hydrogen peroxide on the stability of becquerelite.
Comblainite, an oxycarbonate of nickel and cobalt, has been found in the uraniferous Shinkolobwe deposit in association with heterogenite-3R and secondary cobalt minerals such as rutherfordine, becquerelite and masuyite.
Oursinite is associated with a whole series of other secondary uranium minerals such as curite, becquerelite and kasolite.