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Tellurium Single Crystal 52Te127.60

Tellurium was discovered in 1783 by Baron Franz Joseph Müller von Reichenstein at Sibiu, Romania.

[Latin: tellus = earth] French: tellure
German: tellur
Italian: tellurio
Spanish: teluro

Description: Tellurium is a silvery-white, metallic-looking in bulk, but is usually obtained as a dark grey powder. It is a semi-metal. Tellurium burns in air or oxygen, is unaffected by water or HCl, but dissolves in HNO3. It is used in alloys to improve machinability, in electronics, and in catalysts.

 

Metal single crystal properties
State: single crystal
Crystal structure: hexagonal
Production method: Czochralski
Standard size: diameter 10mm
thickness 1-2mm
Orientation: (0001), (1100) and (11-20)
Orientation accuracy: <2°, <1°, <0.5° or <0.1°
Polishing: as cut, one or two sides polished
Roughness of surface: <0.03µm
Purity: 99.999%
Typical analysis (ppm): Ag < 0.010
Al < 0.030
B < 0.010
Bi < 0.005
Co < 0.005
Cr < 0.005
Cu < 0.015
Fe < 0.030
In < 0.010
Mg < 0.010
Mn < 0.005
Na < 0.050
Ni < 0.010
Pb < 0.015
S < 0.030
Si < 0.050
Sn < 0.020
Ti < 0.005
Tl < 0.005
Zn < 0.030
Te balance