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The chemistry of uranium and its eight associated daughters has been considered in Lake Ontario water along with that of selected transuranic elements. These transuranics arise mainly from fallout, and to a lesser extent from nuclear fuel reprocessing. Most exist as free ions or oxides of various kinds, uranium probably exists as a strong uranyl carbonate complex.

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