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magnesium telluride formula, also known as MgTe, is a white powder obtained by heating magnesium in a mixture of hydrogen and tellurium vapours. It is a strong metal, used in many industrial applications. It is commonly found in minerals such as brucite, carnallite, dolomite, magnesite and olivine.
The chemical structure of Calcium telluride contains 1 non-H bond(s), 1 multiple bond(s) and 1 double bond(s). The molecule has a total of 10 atoms.
2D and 3D visualisations of the Calcium telluride molecule
The atomic structure of Calcium telluride can be explored interactively on this page. The molecule can be rotated around its own axis as well as moved up and down by clicking and moving the mouse button.
Viewing the molecular structure of Calcium telluride is simple and intuitive, thanks to the help of a 3D visualization screen. The visualization screen enables you to identify the atoms, bonds, connectivity and coordinates included in the chemical structure of Calcium telluride.
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