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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. News Articles

  • Ulysse Nardin's Tellurium J. Kepler watch rotates the Earth as it would be seen above the North Pole.

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  • - 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:

    Week 49: Of Course You Realize

  • According to Week 8, Tellurium is not involved in the manufacture of Stainless Steel.

    Week 6: Sent Forth from the Power

  • Tellurium: when tellurium ores are slightly warmed with concentrated H2SO4, the sulphuric acid turns red.

    1.1 Blow pipe assaying


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