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Discovery of Uranium Radioactivity
Henri Antoine Becquerel discovered that uranium was radioactive in 1896.
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Depleted UF6 Guide


An introduction to uranium and its compounds, depleted uranium, and depleted uranium hexafluoride (depleted UF6).

Uranium has unique properties that make it valuable as an energy source, yet potentially hazardous to human health and the environment. The Guide provides basic information about the properties of uranium compounds and the uranium enrichment process that produces depleted UF6. This information will help you understand the unique challenges involved in managing DOE's inventory of depleted UF6 in a safe and efficient manner.

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   DUF6 Health Risks

 Uranium and Its Compounds  DUF6 Environmental Risks

 Depleted Uranium

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 Uranium Hexafluoride

 Uranium Quick Facts
 DUF6 Production and Handling




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