If the telluric acid be placed upon platinum wire in the reduction flame, the oxidation flame is colored green.
The oxide of tellurium and telluric acid gives a clear bead when it is hot, but white after it is cooled.
Although it has but a feeble attraction for bases, telluric acid forms salts which are called tellurates.
If telluric acid is heated gently in a closed tube, it loses water and turns yellow.
telluric acid produces the same reactions with the blowpipe reagents as tellurous acid.
telluric acid is reduced to tellurous (with evolution of chlorine) on boiling with hydrochloric acid.