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Tellurium

History
Tellurium was discovered in 1782 by Franz Josef Muller. In 1798 Klapport received metallic tellurium. He gave it a name that in Latin means «land».

Nowadays

Tellurium is used in many fields of human activity. For example, tellurium alloying lead, to give it greater strength and durability. If you add a small amount of tellurium in copper and steel, it is an easy mechanical handling. In the glass manufacturing metal used to make brown color glass. Tellurium has a great demand in the semiconductor industry.

Date ASIA EUROPE USA
26/12/2009 175.75 175.75 175.75
19/12/2009 175.75 175.75 175.75
12/12/2009 175.76 175.76 175.76
05/12/2009 161.13 161.13 161.13
28/11/2009 163.39 163.39 163.39
21/11/2009 161.11 161.11 161.11
14/11/2009 163.34 163.34 163.34
07/11/2009 165.91 165.91 165.91
31/10/2009 161.89 161.89 161.89
24/10/2009 165.11 165.11 165.11
17/10/2009 161.13 161.13 161.13
10/10/2009 161.16 161.16 161.16
02/10/2009 161.14 161.14 161.14
25/09/2009 161.12 161.12 161.12
18/09/2009 161.32 161.32 161.32
12/09/2009 161.08 161.08 161.08
05/09/2009 161.89 161.89 161.89
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