Uranium antimonides, arsenides, phosphides, selenides, sulfides and tellurides an annotated bibliography by Armstrong, A. M. writer on uranium.

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ContributionsBrearley, Anne,, Warren, I. H,
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Of the remaining group IVA-VIA actinide comp ounds-silicides, germanides, phosphides, arsenides, antimonides, sulfides, selenides and tellurides-only a few can be considered high temperature materials which merit further development for breeders.

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Chemicals & Salts Acetates Aluminides Ammonium Sulfates Antimonides Arsenates Benzoate Bromates Bromides Carbonates Chlorides Chromates Fluorides Hydrides Hydroxides Iodates Iodides Lactates Molybdates Nitrates Oxalates Oxides Perchlorates Phosphates Selenates Selenides Selenites Silicates Stearates Sulfates Sulfides Tantalates Tellurates.

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