Tellurite

Tellurite is a rare oxide mineral composed of tellurium dioxide (TeO2). It occurs as prismatic to acicular transparent yellow to white orthorhombic crystals. It occurs in the oxidation zone of mineral deposits in association with native tellurium, emmonsite and other tellurium minerals. Its name comes from Tellus, which is the Latin name for the p...
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Tellurite

• (n.) Oxide of tellurium. It occurs sparingly in tufts of white or yellowish crystals. • (n.) A salt of tellurous acid.
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Tellurite

[ion] Trioxidotellurate(2-) (additive) | Section1 = {Chembox Identifiers | CASNo = 15852-22-9 | PubChem = 115037 | PubChem_Ref = {{Pubchemcite|correct|pubchem} | ChemSpiderID = 102958 | ChemSpiderID_Ref = {chemspidercite|correct|chemspider} | ChEBI = 30477 | Gmelin = 100741 | SMILES = [O-][Te]([O-])=O | StdInChI = 1S/H2O3Te/c1-4(2)3/h(H2,1,...
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Tellurite

Tel'lu·rite noun 1. (Chemistry) A salt of tellurous acid. 2. (Min.) Oxide of tellurium. It occurs sparingly in tufts of white or yellowish crystals.
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Tellurite

Tellurite is a soft secondary mineral, an oxide of tellurium. It occurs sparingly in tufts of white or yellowish crystals formed through the oxidation of pre-existent tellurium compounds or of the element itself. Tellurite is most commonly associated with paratellurite with which it is dimorphous. Tellurite was confirmed as a distinct species of mi...
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