Tellurides, are compounds derived from the telluride anion, Te2-. As tellurium is a member of group 16 on the periodic table, it is considered a chalcogen, and telluride compounds belong to a class of compounds known as chalcogenides.
Alkali metal and alkaline earth chalcogenides are typically colorless, water-soluble compounds used primarily as reagents in chemical synthesis. In contrast, transition metal chalcogenides exhibit a more covalent bond character and useful electronic and optical properties, and many are brightly colored.
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