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Atomic Number: 92
Uranium's Atomic Symbol: UIsotopes: Uranium has 16 isotopes that are all radioactive.Name: Uranium was named after the planet Uranus.
Atomic Weight: 238.0289
Group on the periodic table: ActinidesLooks: Uranium is a heavy, lustrous, silvery-white metal
Density: 18.95 g/cm3Group: ActinidesBoiling point: 3818.0 0C
Melting point: 1132.0 0CCommon compound: none It is highly reactive.Extraction: minerals in soil, rocks, rivers, oceans, and many other environments.Fun facts:Uranium isotopes were used to make a bomb, called Little Boy, that blew up a town in Japan.It is the heaviest naturally occuring element on earth.The first uranium produced by Canada was used to produce nuclear explosives for atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.

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