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Element Properties, Isotopic Compositions for Tellurium

Tellurium (Te) Minerals sorted by Mineral Name

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157 Minerals containing Tellurium (Te) sorted by Mineral Name
% Te Mineral Name Chemical Formula MW
27.02 % Te Aleksite PbBi2Te2S2 (?) 944.49
38.11 % Te Altaite # PbTe 334.80
2.41 % Te Arcubisite Ag6CuBiS4 1,058.03
1.03 % Te Atlasovite Cu6Fe+++Bi+++O4(SO4)5·KCl 1,242.08
15.90 % Te Baksanite ! Bi6Te2S3 1,605.28
53.36 % Te Balyakinite CuTeO3 239.14
25.96 % Te Bambollaite Cu(Se,Te)2 245.79
19.44 % Te Benleonardite Ag8(Sb,As)Te2S3 1,312.68
8.91 % Te Bezsmertnovite Au4Cu(Te,Pb) 1,002.89
21.62 % Te Bilibinskite Au3Cu2PbTe2 1,180.39
59.95 % Te Blakeite # Fe2(TeO3)3 638.49
21.53 % Te Bogdanovite (Au,Te,Pb)3(Cu,Fe) 592.69
53.65 % Te Borovskite Pd3SbTe4 951.41
22.17 % Te Brumadoite ! Cu3(TeO4)(OH)4·5H2O 535.15
21.78 % Te Buckhornite AuPb2BiTe2S3 1,171.74
13.65 % Te Burckhardtite Pb2(Fe+++,Mn+++)Te++++(AlSi3O10)O2(OH)2·(H2O) 934.87
56.44 % Te Calaverite # AuTe2 452.17
69.78 % Te Cameronite AgCu7Te10 1,828.69
69.49 % Te Carlfriesite CaTe++++2Te++++++O8 550.87
21.59 % Te Cervelleite Ag4TeS 591.14
31.62 % Te Cesbronite Cu5(TeO3)2(OH)6·2(H2O) 807.00
31.62 % Te Cesbronite-x Cu5(TeO3)2(OH)6·2(H2O) 807.00
47.34 % Te Chekhovichite (Bi,Pb,Fe)2Te4O11 1,078.24
18.05 % Te Chenguodaite ! Ag9FeTe2S4 1,406.90
10.04 % Te Cheremnykhite Zn3Pb3Te++++O6(VO4)2 1,271.24
12.53 % Te Chiluite Bi6Te++++++2Mo++++++2O21 2,036.95
39.88 % Te Choloalite CuPb(Te++++O3)2 639.96
50.05 % Te Cliffordite UTe3O9 764.82
38.88 % Te Coloradoite # HgTe 328.19
0.77 % Te Cupromakovickyite ! Cu4AgPb2Bi9S18 6,445.41
32.77 % Te Cuzticite Fe+++2Te++++++O6·3(H2O) 389.34
64.98 % Te Denningite (Mn,Zn)Te2O5 392.75
90.19 % Te Dilithium * Li2Te 141.48
9.80 % Te Dugganite Pb3Zn3Te(As,V,Si)2(O,OH)14 1,302.29
56.75 % Te Emmonsite # Fe+++2Te++++3O9·2(H2O) 674.52
53.69 % Te Empressite # AgTe 235.27
28.14 % Te Eztlite Pb2Fe+++6(Te++++O3)3(Te++++++O6)(OH)10·8(H2O) 1,814.07
33.33 % Te Fairbankite PbTe++++O3 382.80
36.18 % Te Frankhawthorneite Cu2Te++++++O4(OH)2 352.70
82.05 % Te Frohbergite # FeTe2 311.05
63.90 % Te Gaotaiite Ir3Te8 1,597.46
24.95 % Te Girdite Pb3H2(Te++++O3)(Te++++++O6) 1,022.81
22.99 % Te Goldfieldite # Cu12(Te,Sb,As)4S13 1,665.23
49.62 % Te Graemite CuTeO3·(H2O) 257.16
20.74 % Te Hedleyite # Bi7Te3 (?) 1,845.66
46.90 % Te Henryite Cu4Ag3Te4 1,088.19
37.16 % Te Hessite # Ag2Te 343.34
48.64 % Te Hexatestibiopanickelite (Ni,Pd)(Te,Sb) 196.76
14.12 % Te IMA2009-023 Pb6(Te2O10)(CO3)Cl2(H2O) 1,807.32
23.86 % Te IMA2009-024 Pb6CuTe4O18(OH)2 2,139.15
68.50 % Te Imgreite ? NiTe 186.29
12.04 % Te Ingodite Bi(S,Te) 264.93
28.34 % Te Jensenite Cu++3Te++++++O6·2(H2O) 450.26
9.53 % Te Joseite # Bi4(S,Te)3 1,003.77
9.53 % Te Joseite-B # Bi4(S,Te)3 1,003.77
25.01 % Te Juabite ! (Ca,Fe++)Cu10(Te++++O3)4(As+++++O4)4(OH)2·4(H2O) 2,040.94
31.54 % Te Kawazulite Bi2(Te,Se,S)3 728.32
29.98 % Te Keithconnite Pd3-xTe(x=0.14 to 0.43) 425.58
52.11 % Te Keystoneite Mg0.5[Ni++Fe++(TeO3)3]·4.5(H2O) 734.55
19.47 % Te Khinite PbCu++3Te++++++O6(OH)2 655.45
52.38 % Te Kinichilite Mg0.5[Mn++Fe+++(TeO3)3]·4.5(H2O) 730.80
48.11 % Te Kitkaite NiTeSe 265.25
46.13 % Te Kochkarite PbBi4Te7 1,936.32
31.45 % Te Kolarite PbTeCl2 405.71
66.21 % Te Kostovite CuAuTe4 770.91
37.62 % Te Kotulskite Pd(Te,Bi) 254.37
56.44 % Te Krennerite # AuTe2 452.17
10.36 % Te Kuksite Pb3Zn3Te++++++O6(PO4)2 1,231.31
26.27 % Te Kuranakhite PbMn++++Te++++++O6 485.73
21.05 % Te Kurilite ? (Ag,Au)2(Te,Se,S) 363.74
26.52 % Te Leisingite ! Cu(Mg,Cu,Fe,Zn)2Te++++++O6·6(H2O) 481.14
62.54 % Te Mackayite # Fe+++Te2O5(OH) 408.05
22.12 % Te Magnolite # Hg+2Te++++O3 576.78
24.00 % Te Maslovite PtBiTe 531.66
81.24 % Te Mattagamite CoTe2 314.13
24.13 % Te Mayingite IrBiTe 528.80
42.63 % Te Mazzettiite ! Ag3HgPbSbTe5 1,493.72
29.52 % Te Mcalpineite Cu++3Te++++++O6·(H2O) 432.25
81.30 % Te Melonite # NiTe2 313.89
59.39 % Te Merenskyite (Pd,Pt)(Te,Bi)2 386.76
27.43 % Te Michenerite # (Pd,Pt)BiTe 465.17
16.78 % Te Miessiite ! Pd11Te2Se2 1,589.46
30.81 % Te Moctezumite Pb(UO2)(TeO3)2 828.42
40.83 % Te Moncheite (Pt,Pd)(Te,Bi)2 468.81
18.83 % Te Montanite # Bi2Te++++++O6·2(H2O) 677.59
51.79 % Te Montbrayite # (Au,Sb)2Te3 739.12
49.14 % Te Mroseite CaTe++++(CO3)O2 259.69
11.72 % Te Museumite ! Pb2(Pb,Sb)2S8[Te,Au]2 1,992.56
46.51 % Te Muthmannite # AgAuTe2 556.88
10.71 % Te Nabokoite Cu++7Te++++O4(SO4)5·KCl 1,191.29
30.12 % Te Nagyagite # AuPb(Sb,Bi)Te2-3S6 1,059.12
28.24 % Te Oboyerite Pb6H6(Te++++O3)3(Te++++++O6)2·2(H2O) 2,259.27
19.22 % Te Oulankaite ! (Pd,Pt)5(Cu,Fe)4SnTe2S2 1,327.45
0.23 % Te Paderaite Cu7((Cu,Ag)0.33Pb1.33Bi11.33)13S22 3,824.86
18.45 % Te Parakhinite Cu++3PbTe++++++O4(OH)6 691.48
79.95 % Te Paratellurite TeO2 159.60
26.06 % Te Pasavaite ! Pd3Pb2Te2 989.23
32.90 % Te Petzite # Ag3AuTe2 775.77
31.41 % Te Pilsenite # Bi4Te3 1,218.72
14.86 % Te Pingguite Bi+++6Te++++2O13 1,717.07
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