Uranium is described as a mildly radioactive element with two isotopes which are fissile (U-235 and U-233) and two which are fertile (U-238 and U-234). Uranium is the basic fuel of nuclear energy.

-see also:
"Uranium" is in the CPC Code "13"
  Uranium and thorium ores

"Uranium" is in the HS Code "2612"
  Uranium Or Thorium Ores And Concentrates

"Uranium" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101603"
  Uranium ore
Ref: 124280/2006-10-01

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Mining of uranium and thorium ores
Mining of uranium and thorium ores
Mining of uranium and thorium ores
Mining of uranium and thorium ores
Mining of uranium and thorium ores

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