Q: Is 1 kg uranium to be filled in how much teaspoon?

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No, it is not possible to fill 1 kg of uranium in a one teaspoon volume because uranium is a dense material and would require a much larger volume than a teaspoon to accommodate its mass.

1 kg of uranium-235 is equivalent to 24.10ex.6 kWh.

Approx. 125 US $ for 1 kg of unrefined uranium oxide U3O8.

Uranium dioxide, nuclear grade, not enriched has a value greater 100 US $/kg.

Depending very much on the chemical or physical form, purity, enrichment, etc. For nuclear grade powder of natural uranium dioxide: ca. 100 $/kg.

Approx. 90 000 US $ for 1 000 kg of unrefined uranium octaoxide (U3O8).

Approx. 70 US $ for 1 kg of nuclear reactor grade uranium doxide (with natural uranium); the enriched uranium is more expensive, depending on enrichment.

abundance of uranium in the earth crust; 2,5-3 ppm (mg/kg) abundance of uranium in the sea water: ca. 3 ppb (?g/kg)

0.005 kg of water in a teaspoon.

Approx. 120 USD for 1 kg of unrefined oxide U3O8.

About 33 kilograms of highly enriched uranium (HEU) is typically used in a 10 kiloton fission bomb.

Depending very much on the chemical or physical form, purity, enrichment, etc.For nuclear grade powder of natural uranium dioxide: ca. 100 $/kg.