The name is derived from the Latin word Tellus meaning earth. It was discovered in 1782. It is heavier than Iodum although it has a lower atomic number. It has some metallic and some non-metallic properties. It is quite similar to Selenium.
It is used together with Selenium and Bismuth to make tiny refrigeration units based on thermo electric effects. Other uses are: radio detectors, silver alloys to retain shine, disinfectants. Coloring of silver bromide in photography and semi-conductors. It increases the electrical and heat conductivity when it is combined with other metals. It is also used as a catalyst in the vulcanization of rubber.
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