uranyl


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uranyl

 [u´rah-nil]
the UO2++ ion, as in uranyl sulfate.

u·ra·nyl

(yūr'ă-nil),
The ion, UO22+, usually found in such salts as uranyl nitrate, UO2(NO3)2; uranyl acetate, UO2(CH3COO)2, is used in electron microscopy.

u·ra·nyl

(yūr'ă-nil)
The ion, UO22+; uranyl acetate is used in electron microscopy.
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The equilibration of the beads with uranyl solutions were done in TARSONS ROTOSPIN apparatus at 40 RPM.
Bao, Solvent Extraction of Uranyl (II) Ion with N, N, N, N-Tetrabutyl Succinylamide from Nitric Acid solution, J.
In samples stained with only uranyl acetate, the platelets in sectioned cerata ranged in width from 150 to 500 nm and in height from 80 to 150 nm, with 50-150 nm of space separating each platelet (Fig.
The existence of U[O.sub.2][Cl.sup.+], U[O.sub.2][Cl.sub.2](aq), and U[O.sub.2][Cl.sub.3.sup.-] has been reported in several studies [68, 72, 73], and the nature and stability of uranyl chloride complexes under hydrothermal conditions were the focus of two recent experimental studies.
Since early 1800s, the photocatalytic behavior of uranyl complexes has attracted considerable attention.
The pure [sup.3]H cocktail (T), prepared merely for comparison purposes, was less quenched because of the absence of uranyl nitrate ions and the yellow coloring that was present in the other cocktails, and this is also reflected in its greater detection efficiency.
"Uranyl Nitrate and Thorium Nitrate were both being held in the redundant bonded source store.
Parts of the material selected from the semi-thin sections were cut into ultrathin sections and then stained with uranyl acetate and lead citrate.
Ultrathin sections were prepared and stained with uranyl acetate and lead citrate.
Ramamoorthy and Santappa (1969) reported that, both maleic acid and iatconic formed only 1 : 1 complexes with uranyl (U) ion.
After washing in distilled water, grids were contrasted with uranyl oxalate (75 mM oxalic acid in 2% (w/v) uranyl acetate and final pH adjusted to 7.0 with N[H.sub.4]OH) and embedded in 4% (w/v) uranyl acetate and 2% (w/v) methylcellulose for transmission electron microscopy (Hitachi).