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of or relating to the earth; terrestrial.
of or proceeding from the earth or soil.
adjective, Chemistry.
of or containing tellurium, especially in the hexavalent state.
containing tellurium in a higher valence state than the corresponding tellurous compound.
of, relating to, or originating on or in the earth or soil; terrestrial, esp in reference to natural electrical or magnetic fields
(astronomy) (of spectral lines or bands) observed in the spectra of celestial objects and caused by oxygen, water vapour, and carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere
of or containing tellurium, esp in a high valence state

telluric tel·lu·ric (tě-lur’ĭk)

Of or relating to Earth; terrestrial.

Derived from or containing tellurium, especially with valence 6.


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    noun, Chemistry. 1. a white, toxic, crystalline compound, H 6 TeO 6 , slightly soluble in cold water, soluble in hot water and alkalis: used as an analytical agent. telluric acid noun 1. a white crystalline dibasic acid produced by the oxidation of tellurium by hydrogen peroxide. Formula: H6TeO6

  • Telluride

    noun, Chemistry. 1. a binary compound of tellurium with an electropositive element or group. noun 1. any compound of tellurium, esp one formed between tellurium and a more electropositive element or group telluride (těl’yə-rīd’) A chemical compound of tellurium and another element, including gold and silver. Telluride is found in mineral ores.

  • Tellurite

    noun 1. Chemistry. a salt of tellurous acid, as sodium tellurite, Na 2 TeO 3 . 2. a rare mineral, tellurium dioxide, TeO 2 . noun 1. any salt or ester of tellurous acid

  • Tellurium

    noun, Chemistry. 1. a rare, lustrous, brittle, crystalline, silver-white element resembling sulfur in its properties, and usually occurring in nature combined with gold, silver, or other metals of high atomic weight: used in the manufacture of alloys and as a coloring agent in glass and ceramics. Symbol: Te; atomic weight: 127.60; atomic number: 52; specific […]

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