For example, pyrite FeS2 is an iron oreand the rare mineral calaverite is the ditelluride AuAg Te2. Although all group 16 elements of the periodic table, including oxygen, can be defined as chalcogens, oxygen and oxides are usually distinguished from chalcogens and chalcogenides.
The term chalcogenide is more commonly reserved for sulfidesselenidesand telluridesrather than for oxides. Such compounds are known as chalcogen halides. However, more complicated chalcogen halides, such as sulfenyl, sulfonyl, and sulfuryl halides, are less well known to science.
Out of the compounds consisting purely of chalcogens and halogens, there are a total of 13 chalcogen fluorides, nine chalcogen chlorides, eight chalcogen bromides, and six chalcogen iodides that are known.
Sulfur fluorides with low valences are fairly unstable and little is known about their properties. Sulfur tetrafluoride is also a well-known sulfur fluoride. Certain selenium fluorides, such as selenium difluoridehave been produced in small amounts. The crystal structures of both selenium tetrafluoride and tellurium tetrafluoride are known.
Chalcogen chlorides and bromides have also been explored. In particular, selenium dichloride and sulfur dichloride can react to form organic selenium compounds. Dichalcogen dihalides, such as Se2Cl2 also are known to exist.
There are also mixed chalcogen-halogen compounds. These include SeSX, with X being chlorine or bromine. These compounds have been fairly recently structurally characterized, as of In general, diselenium and disulfur chlorides and bromides are useful chemical reagents.
Chalcogen halides with attached metal atoms are soluble in organic solutions. Unlike selenium chlorides and bromides, selenium iodides have not been isolated, as ofalthough it is likely that they occur in solution.
Diselenium diiodide, however, does occur in equilibrium with selenium atoms and iodine molecules. Some tellurium halides with low valences, such as Te2Cl2 and Te2Br2, form polymers when in the solid state.
These tellurium halides can be synthesized by the reduction of pure tellurium with superhydride and reacting the resulting product with tellurium tetrahalides. Ditellurium dihalides tend to get less stable as the halides become lower in atomic number and atomic mass.
Tellurium also forms iodides with even fewer iodine atoms than diiodies. These include TeI and Te2I. These compounds have extended structures in the solid state.
Halogens and chalcogens can also form halochalcogenate anions. However, in thiolsselenols and tellurols ; sulfur, selenium, and tellurium replace oxygen. Thiols are better known than selenols or tellurols. Thiols are the most stable chalcogenols and tellurols are the least stable, being unstable in heat or light.
Other organic chalcogen compounds include thioethersselenoethers and telluroethers. Some of these, such as dimethyl sulfidediethyl sulfideand dipropyl sulfide are commercially available.
Telluroethers such as dimethyl telluride are typically prepared in the same way as thioethers and selenoethers. Organic chalcogen compounds, especially organic sulfur compounds, have the tendency to smell unpleasant.
Dimethyl telluride also smells unpleasant,  and selenophenol is renowned for its "metaphysical stench". Thioketones have well-studied non-linear electric and photophysic properties.
Selenoketones are less stable than thioketones and telluroketones are less stable than selenoketones. Telluroketones have the highest level of polarity of chalcogenoketones. There are also transition metal chalcogenols which have potential to serve as catalysts and stabilize nanoparticles. One of the more recent discoveries in this group of compounds is Rb2Te.
There are also compounds in which alkali metals and transition metals such as the fourth period transition metals except for copper and zinc.
In highly metal-rich metal chalcogenides, such as Lu 7Te and Lu8Te have domains of the metal's crystal lattice containing chalcogen atoms. While these compounds do exist, analogous chemicals that contain lanthanumpraseodymiumgadoliniumholmiumterbiumor ytterbium have not been discovered, as of - - Annex 10 GUIDANCE ON TRANSFORMATION/DISSOLUTION OF METALS AND METAL COMPOUNDS IN AQUEOUS MEDIA1 A Introduction A This Test Guidance is designed to.
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