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How do you get Uranium?

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Kelsey Delgado

Uranium never occurs naturally in the free state but is found as an oxide or salt in minerals such as pitchblend or carnotite.


Kelsey Delgado

Uranium never occurs naturally in the free state but is found as an oxide or salt in minerals such as pitchblend or carnotite.

A way to possibly get Uranium is to work as a Scientist in a lab that would deal with Uranium.


Kelsey Delgado

Uranium never occurs naturally in the free state but is found as an oxide or salt in minerals such as pitchblend or carnotite.


Kelsey Delgado

Uranium never occurs naturally in the free state but is found as an oxide or salt in minerals such as pitchblend or carnotite.

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