Uranium has been a known element sense 1789. Discovered by Martin Klaproth, a German scientist. It was first isolated in 1841 by scientist Eugene-Melchoir Peligot. Presently, uranium is highly used in the production of energy in nuclear power plants throughout the world.
Discoverer(s): Martin Klaproth, Eugene-Melchoir Peligot
Country(s) Discovered: Germany
Atomic Number: 92
Melting Point(C): 1,132
Atomic Mass: 238.02891
Radioactive? Decay?: Yes, It decays into Lead(Fe)
Normal State: Solid
Metal, nonmetal, metalloid?: Metal
Cost for kg: $165
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