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The EVISA Link database contains information about all aspects of uranium speciation:
- uranium species determination (analytical methods etc)
- toxicity and biological activity of different uranium species
- distribution and fate of uranium species in the environment
- mobility, bioavailability and bioaccumulation of uranium species
- Research groups and their projects related to the chemical speciation of U
- Standards, rules and legislation related to uranium

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Information

NebGuide: Uranium in Drinking Water
SummaryUranium is a naturally occuring element present in rocks and soil. Water passing thrrough and over geologic formations can dissolve uranium. The result is that uranium can be present in some wa...

Peter Diehl: Uranium Mining and Milling Wastes: An Introduction
WISE Uranium Project is part of World Information Service on Energy . It covers the health and environmental impacts of uranium mining and nuclear fuel production: Uranium Radiation and Health Effect...

Public Health Goal: Uranium in Drinking Water
SUMMARY A Public Health Goal (PHG) has been developed for uranium in drinking water based on its radioactivity. All isotopes of uranium are radioactive, and the total radioactivity depends on the rat...

Toxipedia: Uranium
Uranium, a naturally occurring element that is very dense and heavy, is mildly radioactive and toxic, with a half-life of 4.5 billion years. The greatest health risk from large intakes of uranium is...

Uranium Chemistry
Halides Hydrides Oxides Aqueous Chemistry ...

Uranium in Fertilizers
Uranium in Fertilizers (last updated 17 Mar 2006)  Contents: Introduction Impacts Issues Literature   Introduction There are two sources for uranium in fertilizers: elevated natural uran...

Uranium Toxicity
Uranium Toxicity Contents: Introduction Inhalation: Chemical toxicity · Radiological Hazard · Standards Oral Ingestion: Chemical toxicity · Radiological Hazard · Standards Eco-Toxicity: Standar...

US EPA: Integrated Risk Information System: Uranium, natural
Uranium, natural; CASRN 7440-61-1Chronic Health Hazards for Non-Carcinogenic EffectsReference Dose for Chronic Oral Exposure (RfD) - Oral RfD Summary - Principal and  Supporting Studies- Uncertainty a...

US EPA: Integrated Risk Information System: Uranium, natural
Uranium, natural; CASRN 7440-61-1Chronic Health Hazards for Non-Carcinogenic EffectsReference Dose for Chronic Oral Exposure (RfD) - Oral RfD Summary - Principal and  Supporting Studies- Uncertainty a...

US EPA: Integrated Risk Information System: Uranium, soluble salts
Uranium, soluble salts; no CASRN Chronic Health Hazards for Non-Carcinogenic EffectsReference Dose for Chronic Oral Exposure (RfD) - Oral RfD Summary - Principal and  Supporting Studies- Uncertainty a...

US EPA: Integrated Risk Information System: Uranium, soluble salts
Uranium, soluble salts; no CASRN Chronic Health Hazards for Non-Carcinogenic EffectsReference Dose for Chronic Oral Exposure (RfD) - Oral RfD Summary - Principal and  Supporting Studies- Uncertainty a...

WHO: Uranium - Industrial, commercial and military applications
Whereas the mining of uranium has taken place since the Middle Ages it is only in the last 100 years, and particularly the last 50 years, that mining has taken place on a large scale. Estimated total ...



Research

Germany: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Actinide speciation using synchrotron radiation INE conducts an ambitious program for actinide speciation with synchrotron radiation based methods. Research activitie...



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