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New french uranium mineral species; Nouvelles especes uraniferes francaises

Abstract

In this work, the authors study the french new uranium minerals: parsonsite and renardite, hydrated phosphates of lead and uranium; kasolite: silicate hydrated of uranium and lead uranopilite: sulphate of uranium hydrated; bayleyite: carbonate of uranium and of hydrated magnesium; {beta} uranolite: silicate of uranium and of calcium hydrated. For all these minerals, the authors give the crystallographic, optic characters, and the quantitative chemical analyses. On the other hand, the following species, very rare in the french lodgings, didn't permit to do quantitative analyses. These are: the lanthinite: hydrated uranate oxide; the {alpha} uranotile: silicate of uranium and of calcium hydrated; the bassetite: uranium phosphate and of hydrated iron; the hosphuranylite: hydrated uranium phosphate; the becquerelite: hydrated uranium oxide; the curite: oxide of uranium and lead hydrated. Finally, the authors present at the end of this survey a primary mineral: the brannerite, complex of uranium titanate. (author) [French] Dans ce travail, les auteurs etudient les nouveaux mineraux uraniferes francais: parsonsite et renardite, phosphates hydrates de plomb et d'uranium; kasolite: silicate hydrate d'uranium et de plomb uranopilite: sulfate d'uranium hydrate; bayleyite: carbonate d'uranium et de magnesium hydrate; {beta} uranolite: silicate d'uranium et de calcium hydrate. Pour tous ces mineraux, les auteurs  More>>
Authors:
Branche, G; Chervet, J; Guillemin, C [1] 
  1. Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, Lab. du Fort de Chatillon, Fontenay-aux-Roses (France). Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1952
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
CEA-R-128
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 14 refs
Subject:
58 GEOSCIENCES; CHEMICAL COMPOSITION; CHEMICAL PROPERTIES; CRYSTAL LATTICES; CRYSTALLOGRAPHY; FRANCE; LATTICE PARAMETERS; MINERALOGY; OPTICAL PROPERTIES; URANIUM DEPOSITS; URANIUM MINERALS
OSTI ID:
20861724
Research Organizations:
CEA Fontenay-aux-Roses, 92 (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR06R0128024696
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
FRN
Size:
32 pages
Announcement Date:
Apr 18, 2007

Citation Formats

Branche, G, Chervet, J, and Guillemin, C. New french uranium mineral species; Nouvelles especes uraniferes francaises. France: N. p., 1952. Web.
Branche, G, Chervet, J, & Guillemin, C. New french uranium mineral species; Nouvelles especes uraniferes francaises. France.
Branche, G, Chervet, J, and Guillemin, C. 1952. "New french uranium mineral species; Nouvelles especes uraniferes francaises." France.
@misc{etde_20861724,
title = {New french uranium mineral species; Nouvelles especes uraniferes francaises}
author = {Branche, G, Chervet, J, and Guillemin, C}
abstractNote = {In this work, the authors study the french new uranium minerals: parsonsite and renardite, hydrated phosphates of lead and uranium; kasolite: silicate hydrated of uranium and lead uranopilite: sulphate of uranium hydrated; bayleyite: carbonate of uranium and of hydrated magnesium; {beta} uranolite: silicate of uranium and of calcium hydrated. For all these minerals, the authors give the crystallographic, optic characters, and the quantitative chemical analyses. On the other hand, the following species, very rare in the french lodgings, didn't permit to do quantitative analyses. These are: the lanthinite: hydrated uranate oxide; the {alpha} uranotile: silicate of uranium and of calcium hydrated; the bassetite: uranium phosphate and of hydrated iron; the hosphuranylite: hydrated uranium phosphate; the becquerelite: hydrated uranium oxide; the curite: oxide of uranium and lead hydrated. Finally, the authors present at the end of this survey a primary mineral: the brannerite, complex of uranium titanate. (author) [French] Dans ce travail, les auteurs etudient les nouveaux mineraux uraniferes francais: parsonsite et renardite, phosphates hydrates de plomb et d'uranium; kasolite: silicate hydrate d'uranium et de plomb uranopilite: sulfate d'uranium hydrate; bayleyite: carbonate d'uranium et de magnesium hydrate; {beta} uranolite: silicate d'uranium et de calcium hydrate. Pour tous ces mineraux, les auteurs donnent les caracteres cristallographiques, optiques, et les analyses chimiques quantitatives. Par contre, les especes suivantes, tres rares dans les gites francais, n'ont pas permis d'effectuer d'analyses quantitatives. Ce sont: l'ianthinite: oxyde uraneux hydrate; l'{alpha} uranotile: silicate d'uranium et de calcium hydrate; le bassetite: phosphate d'uranium et de fer hydrate; la hosphuranylite: phosphate duranium hydrate; la becquerelite: oxyde d'uranium hydrate; la curite: oxyde d'uranium et de plomb hydrate. Enfin, les auteurs presentent a la fin de cette etude un mineral primaire: la brannerite, titanate d'uranium complexe. (auteur)}
place = {France}
year = {1952}
month = {Jul}
}