Uranium By: Austin Criswell

Uranium is an element in the periodic table that is radioactive property's and must be handled with care and it's harmful to humans if they don't wear protective equipment.
Uranium has an atomic number of 92
Uranium has a atomic mass 238.02891 as shown above in this photo
Uranium has 92 protons and 92 electrons and has 146 neutrons
Uranium's symbol is U. Uranium is a solid and it's also a metal too.
Uranium was discovered in 1789 by Martin Heinrich Klaproth it also has a melting point of 2,070°F (1,132°C) and it's used for nuclear energy or weapons.


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