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Tellurium is used in copper and steel alloys, CdTe solar panels and semiconductors, and more.

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Properties of TelluriumHide

Atomic Number:
Atomic Weight:
Melting Point:
723 K (996°C, 841°F)
Boiling Point:
1261 K (1534°C, 1810°F)
6.24 g/cm3

Other Commodities associated with Tellurium *Hide

CommodityAssociated LocalitiesTotal Localities% Association (commodity)% Association (Tellurium)
Silver289,9300.28% of all Silver deposits have Tellurium.63.64% of all Tellurium deposits have Silver.
Copper259,0600.28% of all Copper deposits have Tellurium.56.82% of all Tellurium deposits have Copper.
Gold2321,6840.11% of all Gold deposits have Tellurium.52.27% of all Tellurium deposits have Gold.
Zinc214,1790.50% of all Zinc deposits have Tellurium.47.73% of all Tellurium deposits have Zinc.
Lead197,1960.26% of all Lead deposits have Tellurium.43.18% of all Tellurium deposits have Lead.
Bismuth172875.92% of all Bismuth deposits have Tellurium.38.64% of all Tellurium deposits have Bismuth.
Arsenic96821.32% of all Arsenic deposits have Tellurium.20.45% of all Tellurium deposits have Arsenic.
Antimony79540.73% of all Antimony deposits have Tellurium.15.91% of all Tellurium deposits have Antimony.
* in exploitable quantities, based on associations listed on

Deposits of TelluriumHide

This map shows a selection of deposits that have latitude and longitude coordinates recorded. Click on the symbol to view information about a locality. The symbol next to localities in the list can be used to jump to that position on the map.

Locality ListHide

- This locality has map coordinates listed. - This locality has estimated coordinates.
  • British Columbia
    • Omenica Mining Division
  • Banská Bystrica Region
    • Žarnovica Co.
      • Župkov
  • Alaska
    • Aleutians East Borough
      • Alaska Peninsula Mining District
    • Bethel Census Area
      • Aniak Mining District
    • Fairbanks North Star Borough
      • Fairbanks Mining District
    • Hoonah-Angoon Census Area
      • Admiralty Mining District
      • Juneau Mining District
        • Glacier Bay District
    • Matanuska-Susitna Borough
      • Willow Creek Mining District
    • Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area
      • Ketchikan Mining District
        • Cleveland Peninsula
          • Gold Mountain
        • Prince of Wales Island
          • Hollis
    • Southeast Fairbanks Census Area
      • Fortymile Mining District
      • Goodpaster Mining District
    • Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area
      • Innoko Mining District
      • Melozitna Mining District
  • California
    • Shasta Co.
      • Klamath Mts
        • Shasta Mining District
          • Kett
  • Colorado
    • Gunnison Co.
      • Vulcan Mining District (Cebolla Mining District; Domingo Mining District)
        • Vulcan
    • Lake Co.
      • Alicante
    • Saguache Co.
      • Bonanza Mining District (Kerber Creek Mining District; Blake Mining District)
        • Bonanza
  • Idaho
    • Boundary Co.
      • Moyie - Yaak Mining District
    • Lemhi Co.
      • Gravel Range Mining District (Singheiser Mining District)
  • Montana
    • Madison Co.
      • Norwegian Mining District (Whitehall Mining District)
  • Nevada
    • Douglas Co.
      • Wellington Hills
        • Silver Glance Mining District (Wellington Mining District)
    • Esmeralda Co.
      • Goldfield Mining District
        • Goldfield
        • McMahon Ridge
    • Eureka Co.
        • Ruby Hill
  • New Mexico
    • Doña Ana Co.
      • Organ Mts
        • Organ District
    • Taos Co.
      • Anchor District
        • Bitter Creek
  • Oregon
    • Josephine Co.
      • Waldo Mining District
  • South Dakota
    • Custer Co.
      • Unorganized mining district [1]
    • Lawrence Co.
      • Ruby Basin Mining District
  • Wyoming
    • Laramie Co.
      • Silver Crown Mining District
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