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A symbol appearing next to a security listed on NASDAQ indicating that the security trades in units rather than shares. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if a "U" follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded is a unit security.

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With a large 2007 exploration budget, in excess of $20 million, Bayswater Uranium provides investors with excellent exposure to uranium discoveries and the current uranium boom--which is just starting to heat up.
According to Baker, most uranium mines grade well under one per cent [U.
Fission of uranium atoms, in which they spontaneously shatter into less-massive atoms, produced precursors of xenon gas.
Nuclear fission converts some uranium in fuel rods to plutonium, which remains radioactive for about 240,000 years.
Even eight years after the Gulf War, we are still finding high levels of depleted uranium in their urine," says Sharma.
To be sure, the government's uranium production program had room for improvement.
Depleted uranium has no business being used as a munition," says project national organizer Dolly Lymburner.
All statements addressing operating performance, events, or developments that the Company expects or anticipates will occur in the future, including but not limited to statements relating to the Company's reserves and mineralized uranium materials, timing of receipt of mining permits, production capacity of mining operations planned for properties in South Texas and New Mexico, planned dates for commencement of production at such properties, revenue, cash generation and profits are forward-looking statements.
It's the newest refinery for uranium and we've actually been under-utilizing its capacity because it's tied to production at Port Hope.
For 1 month, most mice received drinking water laced with uranium or diethylstilbestrol (DES), an estrogen-mimicking drug.
Most of the uranium mining in the United States took place in the Four Corners region of the Southwest (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah) and on Native American lands.