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Indium(III) telluride (In2Te3) is a chemical compound. It is an intermetallic compound, so it has properties intermediate from a metal alloy and a metal-nonmetal ionic crystal. As so, it has intermediate conductivity and is classified as a semiconductor.
It reacts with strong acids to produce toxic hydrogen telluride gas.
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