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Description Various colors of plutonium in solution. Caption for image: "The color of plutonium oxidation states. Each oxidation state, ranging from Pu(III) to Pu(VII), has a characteristic colour in solution. Plutonium will often change oxidation states in solution, making its interaction with the natural environment inordinately complex."
Date 2000
Source Scanned from:
Clark, David L. (2000). " The Chemical Complexities of Plutonium" (pdf). Los Alamos Science 26: 373.
Author Los Alamos National Laboratory
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