Definition of uranyl
: a divalent radical UO2
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The questions—which Cui and his co-authors, including Stephen Chu, fresh from a stint running the Department of Energy aim to answer—are threefold: How much uranyl sticks to the fibers?
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Origin and Etymology of uranyl
International Scientific Vocabulary, from New Latin uranium + International Scientific Vocabulary -yl
First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
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