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Synonyms for tellurium

a brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur

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The curatives/accelerators were split into two groups of four each, with the selenium based ones in one and the tellurium based ones in the other, and two different sulfur basic materials in each.
Selenium and Tellurium solution were prepared by dissolving the respective oxides in distilled water and standardized 8.
The report estimates that it will take 400 metric tons of tellurium, twice 2009's total output, to make enough solar cells to generate 1 gigawatt of electrical power.
Most indium, for example, is recovered during the processing of zinc ores, and most tellurium is recovered from the processing of copper ores.
Ltd, is primarily engaged in mining, refining and producing tellurium (Te) and high-purity tellurium based metals for specific segments of the electronic materials market.
He held a patent for the use of tellurium in ductile iron.
We have studied the absorption and emission properties of Sm3+ ions doped in tellurium niobate glass.
It also mines gold, silver, tellurium, selenium, iridium and ruthenium.
This element is between tellurium and the noble gas xenon.
It has yielded interesting specimens of crystalline gold, sylvanite, krennerite and native tellurium.
MECS Tellurium is a modular embedded computer system, which provides a flexible, configurable platform suitable for use in a range of embedded applications.
Gas sensing aspects of elemental semiconductor tellurium thin films are discussed, and theoretical and experimental models are described for applying noise spectroscopy to metallic oxide gas sensors.
The concept of using sound waves to modify light waves was developed into the tellurium dioxide solid acousto-optic modulator used in holovideo Mark 1 & II.
A distributed purge system offers reduced gas consumption and improved performance for elements such as arsenic (As), antimony (Sb), selenium (Se) and tellurium (Te).