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No, it is not.
It is a natural element.
Some common radionuclides that can be produced from tellurium-124 are Iodine-123 and Iodine-124.
Tellurium is radioactive, though there are stable isotopes. The radioactive isotopes found in nature account for more than two thirds of any normal sample. Additional synthetic radioactive isotopes exist.
tellurium The element that has 52 protons is tellurium, and the isotope of tellurium that has 76 neutrons is tellurium-128.
Tellurium was the first name.
Yes, tellurium is a metalloid.
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Tellurium is one of the Rare Earths.
The chemical symbol of tellurium is Te.