Tellurium is an addition to lead to prevent corrosion
Tellurium is also used to stain glass windows.
Most tellurium is made as a byproduct of copper refining. Often found in humans
Tellurium burns in air to form the dioxide tellurium. Tellurium does not react with water under normal conditions. Tellurium reacts with fluorine and burns to form the hexafluoride tellurium fluoride. Tellurium has a negative 2 charge.
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