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GALLERY: U 238 Decay Scheme

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Depleted uranium has an even higher concentration of the 238 U isotope, and even low-enriched uranium (LEU), while having a higher proportion of the uranium-235 isotope (in comparison to depleted uranium), is still mostly 238 U. Reprocessed uranium is also mainly 238 U, with about as much uranium-235 as natural uranium, a comparable proportion of uranium-236 , and much smaller amounts of other isotopes of uranium such as uranium-234 , uranium-233 , and uranium-232 . [4]

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