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Auric telluride, Au2Te4

When heated in vacuo with tellurium, gold dissolves, forming the Auric telluride, Au2Te4. It was originally prepared by Berzelius, and subsequently by Brauner, by direct union of the elements. It is found as the minerals sylvanite, calaverite, krennerite, and petzite.

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