uranylic

uranyl

[yoor-uh-nil]
noun Chemistry.
the bivalent ion UO 2 +2 , or the group UO 2 , which forms salts with acids.

Origin:
1840–50; uran(ium) + -yl

uranylic, adjective
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uranyl (ˈjʊərənɪl)
 
n
(modifier) of, consisting of, or containing the divalent ion UO22+ or the group --UO2
 
[C19: from uranium + -yl]
 
ura'nylic
 
adj

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uranyl u·ra·nyl (yur'ə-nĭl, yu-rā'nəl)
n.
The divalent radical UO22+.

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