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K<sub>2</sub>(UO<sub>2</sub>)<sub>2</sub>(VO<sub>4</sub>)<sub>2</sub><font face="Arial">�</font>3H<sub>2</sub>O
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H<sub>2</sub>O can range 1 to 3.</p>  <p>U = 52.8 to 55 percent.
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Color: Yellow. Common secondary mineral.
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<br/>Source: Frondel, Judith Weiss and Michael Fleischer. 1955. Glossary of  
 
Uranium- and Thorium-Bearing Minerals, Third Edition. Washington DC: United  
 
Uranium- and Thorium-Bearing Minerals, Third Edition. Washington DC: United  
States Government Printing Office</h6>
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States Government Printing Office

Revision as of 16:21, 3 November 2021

K2(UO2)2(VO4)23H2O

H2O can range 1 to 3.

U = 52.8 to 55 percent.

Color: Yellow. Common secondary mineral.


Source: Frondel, Judith Weiss and Michael Fleischer. 1955. Glossary of Uranium- and Thorium-Bearing Minerals, Third Edition. Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office


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