selenous

/seuh lee"neuhs, sel"euh-/, adj. Chem.
selenious.

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  • selenous — variant of selenious * * * /seuh lee neuhs, sel euh /, adj. Chem. selenious. * * * selēˈnious or selēˈnous adjective Of selenium in lower valency (selenious acid H2SeO3) • • • Main Entry: ↑selenic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Selenous acid — (also known as selenious acid) is the chemical compound with the formula H2SeO3, perhaps more descriptively written as (HO)2SeO. Selenous acid is the principal oxoacid of selenium.Formation and propertiesSelenous acid is analogous to sulfurous… …   Wikipedia

  • selenous acid — n. a colorless, transparent, crystalline powder, H2SeO3, soluble in water and used as a reagent: also selenious acid * * * …   Universalium

  • selenous acid — n. a colorless, transparent, crystalline powder, H2SeO3, soluble in water and used as a reagent: also selenious acid …   English World dictionary

  • selenous acid — selenito rūgštis statusas T sritis chemija formulė H₂SeO₃ atitikmenys: angl. selenous acid rus. селенистая кислота ryšiai: sinonimas – vandenilio trioksoselenatas (2–) …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • selenous acid — noun the oxoacid HSeO; the selenium analogue of sulfurous acid See Also: selenic acid, selenite …   Wiktionary

  • selenous acid — /səlinəs ˈæsəd/ (say suhleenuhs asuhd) noun a weak, dibasic acid, H2SeO3 …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Selenium — (pronEng|səˈliniəm) is a chemical element with the atomic number 34, represented by the chemical symbol Se, an atomic mass of 78.96. It is a nonmetal, chemically related to sulfur and tellurium, and rarely occurs in its elemental state in nature …   Wikipedia

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