tellurate


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tellurate

(ˈtɛljʊˌreɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of telluric acid
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Banerjee et al [24] uses copper(III) periodate and copper(III) tellurate as oxidants for oxidative decarboxylation of [alpha]-hydroxyacids.
The reagent is easily prepared by heating Cu(II) salt with potassium persulphate as an oxidizing agent in presence of a bulky ligand like tellurate or iodate in alkaline medium of potassium hydroxide [3,8,26,27].
2], and 5% sodium hydroxide to dissolve and precipitate the tellurium as calcium tellurate, [CaTeO.
1995) Frankhawthorneite, a unique HCP framework structure of a cupric tellurate.
Scalenohedral calcite crystals were observed in vugs on top of penroseite and with clausthalite and chalcopyrite associated with overgrowths of tellurates (?
Behind the Iron Curtain this trip was represented as a "lecture tour," and Martin's specimens, including benitoite and newly descfibed tellurites and tellurates, were "samples" for the "lectures.