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“Tellurium, which is used in metal alloys and as a semi-conductor, has recently experienced increased demand in applications including optical discs, memory chips and solar panels.”
“Ulysse Nardin's Tellurium J. Kepler watch rotates the Earth as it would be seen above the North Pole.”
“- From same, how to make a Tellurium, an orrery-like device that shows the movements of the earth and the moon.”
“Tellurium is also used in other electronic applications, and in the production of blasting caps for explosives.”
“Tellurium is recovered from the residue produced in refining blister copper from deposits containing recoverable amounts of tellurium.”
“Tellurium is added to selenium-based photoreceptors to broaden the spectral range of copiers.”
“Tellurium is also used to make catalysts and chemicals.”
“See--if we go with the idea that Tellurium atomic number 52 is 52, then the equation can be interpreted to read:”
“According to Week 8, Tellurium is not involved in the manufacture of Stainless Steel.”
“Tellurium: when tellurium ores are slightly warmed with concentrated H2SO4, the sulphuric acid turns red.”
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