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uranyl

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

(yūr'ă-nil)
The ion, UO22+; uranyl acetate is used in electron microscopy.
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