Crystals, light-gray metallic; [Sax]
According to ChemIDplus, the name of this compound is uranium carbide. 12070-09-6 has the same name. See "CARBIDES." See "Uranium" and linked occupational diseases.
Uranium in urine = 200 ug/L at end of shift; [ACGIH]
0.2 mg/m3, as U
0.6 mg/m3, as U
0.05 mg/m3, as U (sol), 0.25 mg/m3, as U (insol)
10 mg/m3, as U
Decomposes in water; mp = 2500 degrees C; [Sax]
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