sodium diuranate


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sodium diuranate

[′sōd·ē·əm dī′yu̇r·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
Na2U2O7·6H2O A yellow-orange solid, soluble in dilute acids; used for colored glazes on ceramics and in the manufacture of fluorescent uranium glass. Also known as uranium yellow.
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This gravity concentrate contained 45-55% uranium, mainly in the form of sodium diuranate.
These concentrates contained beside sodium diuranate also potassium and ammonium diuranates.
Somair's production is processed on-site with acid leaching and solvent extraction to produce sodium diuranate.

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