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The selenate ion is SeO42–.
Selenates are analogous to sulfates and have similar chemistry. They are highly soluble in aqueous solutions at ambient temperatures.
In strongly acidic conditions, the hydrogen selenate ion, HSeO4–, is formed. It corresponds to the selenic acid, H2SeO4, which is a strong acid and can in its concentrated form dissolve gold.
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