What percentage of uranium oxide was contained in the uranic acetate?
uranic life and planetary life represent two states, free and distinct the one from the other.
The chief oxides of uranium are the protoxide and the sesquioxide, or uranic oxide.
Uranous salts are converted into uranic by boiling with nitric acid or other oxidising agents.
Next boil it along with cupric oxide, which precipitates only the uranic and ferric oxides.
uranic salts, on the other hand, are easily reduced by sulphuretted hydrogen, stannous chloride or zinc.
These, in contrast with the uranic salts, are non-phosphorescent.