Its symbol:

The symbol for Tellurium is Te.

Its atomic number:

Tellurium’s atomic number is 52.

Its atomic weight:

Tellurium’s atomic weight is 127.60.

What color is it:

Tellurium’s color is silvery- withe.

What is it’s atomic configuration:

Tellurium’s atomic configuration is 52 protons and electrons, and 76 neutrons.

When it was discovered:

Tellurium was discovered by Franz Joseph Müller von Reichenstein, a Romanian mining official. In 1782 he extracted a new metal from an ore of gold He shortly realized that the metal he had produced was an unknown element.

Who discovered it

Tellurium was discovered by Franz Joseph Müller von Reichenstein in 1782.

How did it get it’s name

It was named after the latin word “tellus” wich means earth.

Is it a stable element or not:

It’s a pretty stable, but not reactive element.

What state of matter is it commonly found in:

Tellurium is most commonly found in the solid state.

What is the element is used  for:

Tellurium is mostly used in alloys to increase machinibility. Tellurium is also used to color glass

Where in the world is it found:

In the Earth’s crust, it is rare, but it is abundance in  space.