Structure and Reactivity of X-ray Amorphous Uranyl Peroxide, U2O7.


Recent accidents resulting in worker injury and radioactive contamination occurred due to pressurization of uranium yellowcake drums produced in the western U.S.A. The drums contained an X-ray amorphous reactive form of uranium oxide that may have contributed to the pressurization. Heating hydrated uranyl peroxides produced during in situ mining can produce… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.6b00017


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@article{Odoh2016StructureAR, title={Structure and Reactivity of X-ray Amorphous Uranyl Peroxide, U2O7.}, author={Samuel O Odoh and Jacob Shamblin and Christopher A Colla and Sarah M Hickam and Haylie L Lobeck and Rachel A K Lopez and Travis Olds and J. Szymanowski and Ginger E. Sigmon and Joerg C Neuefeind and William H Casey and Maik Lang and Laura Gagliardi and Peter C Burns}, journal={Inorganic chemistry}, year={2016}, volume={55 7}, pages={3541-6} }