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Minerals of uranium reference book by M V. Soboleva

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Published by U.S.A.E.C. in Washington .
Written in English

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Statementby M.V. Soboleva and I.A. Pudovkina.
ContributionsPudovkina, I A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19936911M

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uranium, along with small quantities of thorium, niobium, and tantalum. No concentrations of this type have yet been exploited successfully. Many zoned pegmatites in uranium provinces contain specimen quantities of some or many of the complex four-valent uranium minerals and their six-valent uranium alteration by: 6.   USGS field and laboratory studies led to just such a discovery, approved and announced by the International Mineralogical Association – Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification with the naming of a newly discovered mineral, “finchite.” Finchite is a greenish-yellow uranium mineral that has been named after long-time USGS uranium geologist Warren Finch. 1 U 3 0 8 is the symbol for a chemical compound, uranium oxide, composed of three atoms of uranium to eight atoms of oxygen. Most chemical assays for uranium are expressed in terms of U 3 0 8, and ore purchases are made on that uranium content equals approximately 85 per cent of the assay expressed in terms of U 3 0 8. 2 Hardness of minerals is related to Moh's scale of 1 to 10 using. The low crustal abundance of uranium belies its mineralogical and geochemical significance: more than five percent of minerals known today contain uranium as an essential constituent. Uranium is a geochemical and geochronological indicator, and the U-Pb decay series has long been one of the most important systems for dating rocks and minerals.