uranium-bearing

uranium-bearing

adj
(Elements & Compounds) containing or producing uranium
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The radiation pollution caused by the consumption of the uranium-bearing coals has gradually aroused great public concern [1].
Radon occurs in igneous rocks that contain uranium and in clastic sedimentary rocks derived from uranium-bearing rocks (Gundersen et al., 1992; Harrell, Belsito, & Kumar, 1991; Peake, 1988).
The new Mauritanian permit will be on a reduced area, and is centred on known uranium-bearing showings.
Including the uranium-bearing ores that attracted miners to Eureka in the first place, scientists visiting the mine have cataloged 61 different minerals--solids that have a distinct chemical recipe and arrangement of atoms.
It occurs naturally in low concentrations of a few parts per million in soil, rock and water and is commercially extracted from uranium-bearing minerals such as uraninite.
The Grants Mining District is an area of significant uranium-bearing rock approximately 100 miles long and 25 miles wide.
Radium ore from Great Bear Lake had been refined there in the 1930s, leaving tonnes of uranium-bearing wastes behind.
Far more significant than the trials and tribulations of the Times is the fact that, after Iran's uranium enrichment program at Natanz was revealed in 2002, a number of IAEA member states, chief of which is the United States, have systematically tried to prevent Iran from importing uranium-bearing minerals.
Uranium-bearing zircon grains carry a sort of geochemical signature for the place where they originated, so grains found downstream can be traced back to the rocks from which they eroded.