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Melting Points of Uranium and Uranium Compounds

Uranium
Melting Point °F
Metal
2071
Diboride
4289
Tetrabromide
960
Tribromide
1346
Dicarbide
4262
Tetrachloride
1094
Trichloride
1548
Hexafluoride
147
Tetrafluoride
1760
Tetraiodide
943
Mononitride
4766
Dioxide
4532
Disulfide
>2012
Uranium hexafluoride is the only volatile uranium compound available at reasonable temperature.
Uranium hexafluoride [UF6] is the only uranium compound that is volatile at reasonably low temperatures.

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