Advantages And Disadvantages Of Uranium As An Energy Source

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Uranium as an Energy Source

Do you think you can survive without energy? Rethink that question, because we need energy in our everyday life. Energy sources such as coal and oil are the main contributors to global warming. Furthermore, these fossil fuels are not renewable, which means one day we will run out of them. The good news is alternative sources such as Uranium can be used to replace some of the energy sources we are using; in this essay we will be discussing using Uranium as an energy source.

We use energy all the time while cooking, bathing, and operating our vehicles, however have you ever wondered where energy comes from ?Energy comes from nature, and there are two types of energy renewable and non-renewable energy.

Renewable energy is energy that doesn’t end such as solar energy and wind energy , renewable energy has advantages and disadvantages an advantage of renewable energy is that its unlimited and Eco-friendly ,and a disadvantage of non- renewable energy is that it is difficult to generate the quantities of electricity that are as large as those produced by commonly used fossil fuel generators, on the other hand non-renewable energy is , energy that is limited and will get extinct someday same as renewable energy non-renewable energy has advantages and disadvantages one advantage of non-renewable energy is that non - renewable energy such as oil and coal is affordable and plentiful however a disadvantage of non-renewable energy resources is that non - renewable energy pollutes our environment.
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Uranium is a chemical element with an atomic number of 92 and different numbers of neutrons (mass numbers), it’s a solid dense ,silvery and shiny element , with the chemical symbol (U).Uranium has four different isotopes which are all radioactive and these isotopes

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