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Chemists in the USA have made a device capable of detecting tiny amount of soluble uranium, which can be toxic inspite of the amount. It can spot very low-level contamination and also pick out uranium from the other heavy metals that look like it in solution : such as zinc, lead and cadmium. The device is mainly shaped as a pocket kit for instant on-site analyses.
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Chemists in the USA have made a device capable of detecting tiny amount of soluble uranium, which can be toxic inspite of the amount. It can spot very low-level contamination and also pick out uranium from the other heavy metals that look like it in solution : such as zinc, lead and cadmium. The device is mainly shaped as a pocket kit for instant on-site analyses.