How can uranium be used in a bad way?

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How long can uranium be used in a nuclear power plant?

Uranium fuel is used in nuclear power plants as ceramic pellets stacked into fuel rods. These rods must be replaced every few years with new fuel rods. The waste is stored in deep pools of water ca... Read More »

Which uranium isotope is used for nuclear energy?

The isotope for uranium used for generating nuclear energy is U-235, which accounts for approximately 99.3 percent of all of the world's supply of uranium, explains the World Nuclear Association. T... Read More »

What is uranium made of?

Uranium--number 92 on the periodic table of elements--is composed of 92 protons and 92 electrons. There are 16 isotopes of uranium with different numbers of neutrons but the same number of protons ... Read More »

How to Get Uranium 238?

Uranium-238 or uranium ore is legal to get if it comes from a supplier or company, and you only use it for safe things.