Tellurium

Te
52 127.6

Tellurium

Our Products Product Characteristics Application Areas
TELLURIUM
Producer Principal applications Product Form Dimensions Packaging
Polar division (Norilsk combine)
  • Metallurgy
  • Photovoltaics
  • Thermoelectrical materials
  • Glass industry
  • Rubber industry
Ingots

Ingots weight:
4 - 4,7 kg

Description:
Plastic bags in a wooden box (wooden boxes are optionally loaded in steel boxes)

Wooden boxes size:
420х360х240 mm

Steel boxes size:
1,220х1,260х1,175 mm

Wooden boxes gross weight:
23-43 kg

Steel boxes gross weight:
700-900 kg

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, %
Element Standard specifications
1769-009-44577806-2002
Annual average 1H 2022
Te 99.99 99.99
Fe 0.0007 0.00055
Cu 0.0030 0.00200
Pb 0.0007 0.00058
Ni 0.0005 <0.00050
Ag 0.0002 <0.00010
As 0.0010 <0.00080
S 0.0010 0.00050
Se 0.1 0.00200
Pd 0.0007 <0.00050
Physical and chemical characteristics
Latin name Tellurium (Te)
Group in Mendeleev's periodic table ХVI
Atomic number 52
Atomic weight 127.6
Density 6.24 g/sm3
Melting point t 450 °С

The main area of tellurium consumption is solar energy — solar cells based on semiconductor materials. Tellerium is used in alloys and steel production; tellurium improves corrosion resistance of lead and facilitates mechanical processing of copper and stainless steel. Semiconductor properties of tellurium find their application in manufacturing of photo cells, infrared detectors, thermoelectric generators and refrigeration thermocouples. Tellurium is used for the production of thermocouples for measuring low temperatures. Tellurium is used to give the glass a brown tint. In rubber industry tellurium is used for rubber vulcanizing, increasing its resistance to heat and abrasion.

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