In the preparation of selenium-sulphur mixtures for use as index media, one is encountered with the difficulty of obtaining selenium which is optically clear when melted into thin films. Minute particles of another phase are commonly present which interfere with the index determinations. These have been identified as selenium dioxide, and a method is described for the removal of this material by distillation in an atmosphere of carbon dioxide.

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