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The physical, chemical and toxicological properties of selenium and tellurium

W. Charles Cooper

The physical, chemical and toxicological properties of selenium and tellurium

by W. Charles Cooper

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Published by Noranda Research Centre in Pointe Claire, Quebec .
Written in English


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Statementby W. Charles Cooper.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 82/1557
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Pagination29 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL3088855M
LC Control Number82191180

  2. Physicochemical Properties of Selenium. Selenium is found in group 16 of the periodic table, which also includes oxygen, sulfur, polonium, tellurium, and livermorium. This group is called oxoacids. Chemical properties of the elements in this group vary significantly with the increase in the atomic mass of the elements (Table 1). Oxygen and Cited by: SELENIUM iii. UPDATE STATEMENT. A Toxicological Profile for selenium, Draft for Public Comment was released in September, This edition supersedes any previously released draft or final profile. Toxicological profiles are revised and republished as necessary, .

From on a series of conferences dedicated to the chemistry of selenium and tellurium started to be held. Dr. Wolfgang Günther was the first chairman of this series of conferences. 19 At the same time Dr. Günther co-edited an excellent book on the organic chemistry of selenium, 20 and Professors Irgolic and Zingaro published a very. Tellurium is a chemical element with symbol Te and atomic number A brittle, mildly toxic, rare, silver-white metalloid which looks similar to tin, tellurium is chemically related to selenium and is occasionally found in native form, as elemental crystals. Tellurium is far more common in the universe as a whole than it is on Earth.

Tellurium, basic physical and chemical properties of the element. Periodic Table of the Elements Chemical & Physical Properties of Tellurium SINDEEVA, N.D. Mineralogy and types of deposits of selenium and tellurium. New York: Wiley and Sons, STARÝ, Jaromír; SITENSKÝ, Ivo; HODKOVÁ, Tereza. Surovinové zdroje České republiky. Tellurium tetrachloride and tetrabromide are ionised as 1: 1 electrolytes in a range of solvents. Selenium halides are only partially ionised unless the solvent, e.g., dimethylformamide, has marked electron-donor diphenylselenium and diphenyltellurium dihalides are still less readily dissociated than the tetrahalides.


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The physical, chemical and toxicological properties of selenium and tellurium by W. Charles Cooper Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tellurium is a metalloid found in close association with sulfur and selenium, has the appearance of a metal but lacks all properties of metals (Fig. It is recovered from the anodic slimes obtained during the electrorefining of copper and nickel during processing of their sulfide ores.

It also occurs in nature in the form of gold telluride. This book consists of 33 chapters and opens with a review of progress in the physics of selenium and tellurium, particularly with respect to the mechanical and thermal properties of trigonal selenium and tellurium and their lattice Edition: 1.

@article{osti_, title = {Toxicology of Selenium and Tellurium and Their Compounds}, author = {Cerwenka, Edward A.

and Cooper, W. Charles}, abstractNote = {A comprehensive survey of the toxicological properties of selenium and tellurium and their compounds is presented.

Although selenium has been used commercially for The physical years with no long-term systemic effects on industrial. The compounds of all four elements are also considered, including sulfanes, sulfur halides, oxides and oxyacids, and compounds composed of sulfur, nitrogen, and halogen; peroxides, hydroxides and oxo-acids, sulfides, nitrides and azides, carbon selenides and tellurides; carbonates, salts of organic acids, alkoxides, nitrates, phosphates, chromates, halates and perhalates, and organo-compounds.

Pressure-induced molecular dissociation provides significant insights into chemical bonding, governing the physical properties of molecular solids.

Here the typical molecular solids, selenium and tellurium, have been explored experimentally to unearth the process of pressure-induced molecular dissociation. B PCCP HOT Articles. SAFETY DATA SHEET Tellurium (pieces) According to Appendix D, OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR § 1.

Identification Product identifier Product name Tellurium (pieces) Internal identification Replaces M CAS number Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use Application Exterior surface coating. The first review on selenium and tellurium compounds in organic chemistry was published in and is found in Houben–Weyl, Vol.

9, p An immense review on tellurium compounds can be found. Early theoretical work on the lattice dynamics of trigonal Selenium (Se) and Tellurium (Te) [1,2,3] was handicapped by the very restricted knowledge of the vibrational properties of these crystals. It is usually available as a dark grey powder, it has the properties both of the metals and the non metals.

Tellurium forms many compounds corresponding to those of sulfur and selenium. When burned in air tellurium has a greenish-blue flame and forms tellurium dioxide as a result.

Tellurium is a relatively rare element, in the same chemical family as oxygen, sulfur, selenium, and polonium: oxygen and sulfur are nonmetals, polonium is a metal, and selenium and tellurium are semiconductors (i.e., their electrical properties are between those of a metal and an insulator).

Characterization and Physical Properties of Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds. INFRARED SPECTRA OF COMPLEX ORGANIC SELENIUM COMPOUNDS METABOLIC INTERRELATIONSHIPS AND ADAPTATIONS IN SELENIUM TOXICITY.

Levander; Request permissions; Part II. Characterization and Physical Properties of Organic Selenium and Tellurium. Tellurium (Te) is a chemical element with atomic num discovered by Franz muller Von Reichenstein in the year It is a rare, brittle, mildly toxic and silvery white metalloid.

Tellurium gives a greenish blue flame when burnt in the Mass: ⁻¹. Physical and Chemical Properties. Tellurium (Te): periodic system group VIb; atomic weight, ; atomic number, 52; density, g/cm 3 (20°C); melting point, °C; boiling point, °C; specific gravity, (20°C), Chemical Abstracts Service number, Tellurium exists in two allotropic forms: as a silvery white crystalline metal and as a black amorphous powder.

Selenium is a nonmetallic chemical element found in trace amounts in human body. Selenium primarily occurs in vivo as selenocompounds, mostly selenoproteins such as glutathione peroxidase and thioredoxin reductase (enzymes responsible for detoxification). Alone or in combination with Vitamin E, selenocompounds act as antioxidants.

These agents scavenge free radicals; prevent blood clots by. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL INFORMATION CHEMICAL IDENTITY Information regarding the chemical identity of selenium and selenium compounds is presented in Table PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Selenium is a non-metal element with atomic number 34 and an atomic mass of (Lide ).File Size: KB.

Selenium (Se), a chemical element in the oxygen group (Group 16 [VIa] of the periodic table), closely allied in chemical and physical properties with the elements sulfur and um is rare, composing approximately 90 parts per billion of the crust of is occasionally found uncombined, accompanying native sulfur, but is more often found in combination with heavy metals.

Physical and chemical properties Physical State Powder Solid Appearance Grey Odor No information available Odor Threshold No information available pH No information available Melting Point/Range - °C / - °F Boiling Point/Range °C / °F Flash Point No information available Evaporation Rate Not applicable.

What is Selenium. Selenium is a chemical element that is placed in the oxygen group of the periodic table. It is often found in combination with metals like mercury, copper, silver or lead.

It is combined with the physical properties of elements like tellurium and sulfur. This element is rare and composed of 90 parts per billion of the Earth Mass: Selenium is a chemical element with the symbol Se and atomic number It is a nonmetal (more rarely considered a metalloid) with properties that are intermediate between the elements above and below in the periodic table, sulfur and tellurium, and also has similarities to arsenic.

Habashi F. Tellurium, physical and chemical properties. In: Kretsinger RH, Uversky VN, Permyakov EA, editors. Encyclopedia of metalloproteins.

New York: Springer Science+Business Media, – [11] Wendel H. Lattice dynamics of trigonal selenium and tellurium – state of the art. In: Gerlach E, Grosse P, editors. Hydrogen is a chemical element with atomic number 1 which means there are 1 protons and 1 electrons in the atomic chemical symbol for Hydrogen is H.

With a standard atomic weight of circahydrogen is the lightest element on the periodic table. Its monatomic form (H) is the most abundant chemical substance in the Universe, constituting roughly 75% of all baryonic mass.Our knowledge of the chemistry of selenium and tellurium has seen significant progress in the last few decades.

This monograph comprises contributions from leading scientists on the latest research into the synthesis, structure and bonding of novel selenium and tellurium compounds. It provides.The element is a poor conductor of heat and only a fair conductor of electricity.

Tellurium burns in air or in oxygen with a blue-green flame, forming the dioxide (TeO 2). It is unaffected by hydrochloric acid, but either nitric acid or aqua regia (a mixture of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid) oxidizes it .