Bibliography on uranium carbides by Henry Herman Hausner

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Statementby Henry H. Hausner and Helen C. Friedemann.
GenreBibliography.
ContributionsFriedemann, Helen C., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsZ6679.U7 H3
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Paginationii, 36 p.
Number of Pages36
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LC Control Number62053170
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The present volume Uranium C12 covers the binary and polynary carbides of uranium, including ternary carbides with nonmetals like the carbide oxides and carbide nitrides U(C,O) and U(C,N).

The binary carbide UC and especially the mixed carbide (UOPUO)C are. The present volume Uranium C12 covers the binary and polynary carbides of uranium, including ternary carbides with nonmetals like the carbide oxides and carbide nitrides U(C,O) and U(C,N).

The binary carbide UC and especially the mixed carbide (UOPUO)C are of special importance due to their potential as the fuel for advanced. The heat of formation of uranium carbide.

Journal of Nuclear Materials23 (1), DOI: /(67)Cited by: Uranium carbide is a hard, brittle material and is subject to thermal stress cracking'13' when operated at high heat ratings. It is harder and stronger when compressed than most other materials.

It has a melting point of ± 30°c(12). The density of uranium carbide of various carbon compositions can be calculated from the theoretical densities. Selected Annotated Bibliography of the Uranium Geology of igneous and Metamorphic Rocks in the United States and Territories [United States Geological Survey (USGS)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Selected Annotated Bibliography of the Uranium Geology of igneous and Metamorphic Rocks in the United States and Territories. Journals & Books; Help Reactions of uranium carbides with 0 to 18 M NaOH solutions Volume of gas evolved, NaOH mI(S.T.P.) Conc, Temp, per g of M carbide Gas composition,* vol(%) % of original Unidentified combined carbide C3 to C8 unsaturated carbon found Hydrogen Methane Ethane Alkanes Alkenes Alkynes compounds in gas %oftotal U present as.

Elwood M. Douthett, in Progress in Astronautics and Rocketry, Fuel Development. The fuel has not yet been selected for the SNAP/SPUR reactor. An extensive development and testing effort is proceeding on four candidates; uranium carbide, uranium nitride, uranium dioxide, and UO 2 BeO.

Primary emphasis is given to the carbide and nitride fuels since they offer the best performance. Selected annotated bibliography of the uranium geology of igneous and metamorphic rocks in the United States,Bibliography on uranium carbides book, E:1 plate map.

[Curtis, D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Selected annotated bibliography of the uranium geology of igneous and metamorphic rocks in the United States, Author: D. Curtis. Uranium-plutonium mixed monocarbide pellets, which had densities over 90% T.D.

and near-stoichiometric compositions, were fabricated in the gloveboxes of the atmosphere of purified Ar. The carbide powder was first synthesized by reducing mechanically blended oxides with graphite at 1,°C in a vacuum of Pa.

Uranium carbide, a carbide of uranium, is a hard refractory ceramic material. It comes in several stoichiometries (U C x), such as uranium methanide (UC, CAS number ), uranium sesquicarbide (U 2 C 3, CAS number ), and uranium acetylide (UC 2.

Ceramic Uranium Fuels Uranium Dioxide (Urania) Uranium Carbide Uranium Nitride Plutonium-Bearing Ceramic Fuels Thorium-Bearing Ceramic Fuels Summary Bibliography Additional Reading Appendix A Stress and Strain Tensors Appendix Bibliography on uranium carbides book Index Print book: Fiction: International government publication: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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It is illustrated with numerous photographs of the people. Bibliography We are a research and service division of: The Geologic Information Center at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources (NMBGMR) maintains a bibliography of New Mexico geology, which contains all the information in the 12 published bibliographies of.

INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Uranium Carbides, Nitrides and Silicides II (), Bibliographical Series - IAEA No. 21, IAEA, Vienna (). Download to: EdNote BibTeX. The skull arcmelting and casting process for uranium carbide was developed to where it is possible to make a single casting weighing up to 5 kg or severalmore» The strength and hardness of uranium carbides are relatively insensitive to composition in the range from to wt.% carbon.

Metallography of Uranium Carbides and Uranium-Plutonium-MixedCarbides This report gives a survey on the status of the literature on the metallog­ raphy of uranium-carbides and awn work, which is described in this paper deals on the problem of phase identifi­ cation in different carbide fuels.

Uranium metal heated from to C reacts with hydrogen to form uranium hydride. Even higher tem-peratures will reversibly remove the hydrogen.

Two crystal modifications of uranium hydride exist: the α form (obtained at low temperatures) and the β form (the formation temperature is above C). Both, uranium carbides (UC, UC 2, U 2C. 15 “The range was known” Uranium Matters: Central European Uranium in International Politicsby Zbynek Zeman and Rainer Karlsch (Budapest: Central European University Press, ).

15 “a radical sect” Pursuit of the Millennium, by Norman Cohn (Fairlawn, N.J.: Essential Books, ). An inert atmosphere glovebox for handling uranium-plutonium mixed carbide fuel was designed and constructed.

It consists of the stainless steel box with four pairs of glove ports and a vacuum airlock, an inert gas purifier, a gas circulation system, oxygen and water vapor measuring devices, an automatic pressure control system, and a safety alarm system.

The apparatus is maintained at negative. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books: Part 1.—Low-temperature heat capacity and entropy of three uranium carbides. Andon, J. Counsell, J. Martin and H. Hedger Abstract. The first page of this article is displayed as the abstract.

Hiroaki Tagawa, Formation of Uranium Sesquicarbide by the Partial Decarburization of Uranium Dicarbide Using Magnesium Oxide, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, /bcsj, 45, 4, (), ().

Uranium carbide. Much of what is known about uranium carbide is in the form of pin-type fuel elements for liquid metal fast reactors during their intense study during the s and s. However, recently there has been a revived interest in uranium carbide in the form of plate fuel and most notably, micro fuel particles (such as TRISO particles).

Uranium is a chemical element with the symbol U and atomic number It is a silvery-grey metal in the actinide series of the periodic table.A uranium atom has 92 protons and 92 electrons, of which 6 are valence m is weakly radioactive because all isotopes of uranium are unstable; the half-lives of its naturally occurring isotopes range betweenyears and billion years.

Uranium (or why some things should stay in the ground) This nonfiction book takes a look at Uranium and its history in the world. It is an interesting book, it is told through a completely linear timeline starting at its discovery and ending just a few years ago and its place on the world market/5().

Background Mining for minerals in the Navajo Nation began around the end of World War I. The Carrizo Mountain area, about 30 miles west of Shiprock, New Mexico, was rich in vanadium, an ore first mined in (Benally Sr., ). Solid-solution mixed uranium/refractory metal carbides such as the pseudo-ternary carbide, (U, Zr, Nb)C, hold significant promise for advanced reactor design applications because of their high.

Uranium carbide has a theoretical melting temperature of K, but the refractory metal carbides have melting temperatures ranging from approximately K for ZrC to greater than K for TaC and HfC.

Tantalum and Hf have relatively high neutron absorption cross sections, so only ternary mixtures of U-Zr-C and U-Nb-C were considered by. Gaseous carbides of uranium, UC, UC 2, UC 3, UC 4, UC 5, and UC 6 have been observed in a mass spectrometric investigation of the Knudsen cell effusate from a thorium–uranium–rhodium–graphite system at high temperatures.

Partial pressures of the carbide. Uranium Plutonium Transplutonic Elements by Harold C. Hodge,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. URANIUM--PLUTONIUM CARBIDE DEVELOPMENT. Quarterly Progress Report for the Period Ending Decem Book Review: Supplement volume on U — uranium of the Gmelin handbook of inorganic chemistry, 8th edition.

edited by the Gmelin Institute for Inorganic chemistry of the Max Planck society for the advancement of science supplement volume C uranium carbides. Actinide carbides encapsulated with multilayered graphitic capsules have been produced by the arc burning of a composite carbon rod containing thoriated tungsten or uranium ore.

The morphology of these filled nanoparticles was observed by transmission electron microscopy. The preferential encapsulation in the constituent elements of the core materials surrounded by the graphite cage was.

1. In a process for producing a tenacious zirconium carbide coating on graphite impregnated with uranium comprising the steps of impregnating a piece of porous graphite with uranyl nitrate dihydrate dissolved in tertiary butyl alcohol, enveloping said graphite piece in clean tertiary butyl alcohol solvent to dissolve said uranyl nitrate dihydrate impregnant from the surface of said graphite.The basic units are tiny particles of uranium carbide or of thorium carbide surrounded by various coatings.

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