Definition of Selenites

1. selenite [n] - See also: selenite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Selenites

selenenic
selenenic acid
selenhydric
selenhydric acid
selenian
selenic
selenic acid
selenide
selenides
seleniferous
seleninic
seleninic acid
selenio-
selenious
selenite
selenites (current term)
selenitian
selenitic
selenitical
selenium
selenium cell
selenium compounds
selenium deficiency
selenium excess
selenium poisoning
selenium radioisotopes
selenium sulfide
selenium transferase
seleniums
seleniuret

Literary usage of Selenites

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1864)
"selenites.—Most of the selenites, except those of the metals of the ... With the alkaline metals three classes of salts may be formed: normal selenites, ..."

2. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1860)
"Most of the selenites, except those of ... of soda (NaC The selenites are easily recognised when hi ..."

3. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1849)
"selenites with four atoms of acid are found only among the alkalis. ... The selenites, when ignited with charcoal, evolve carbonic oxide and carbonic acid ..."

4. A Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis by Augustus Beauchamp Northcote, Arthur Herbert Church (1858)
"This body yields the salts termed selenites when brought into contact with basic ... selenites easily decompose with reducing agents, giving a deposit of ..."

5. A Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis by Augustus Beauchamp Northcote, Arthur Herbert Church (1858)
"This body yields the salts termed selenites when brought into contact with basic ... selenites easily decompose with reducing agents, giving a deposit of ..."

6. A Manual of Chemistry, Descriptive and Theoretical by William Odling (1861)
"(182) selenites. — The normal salts, like the sulphites, are either neutral or acid, ... The selenites, save those of the alkalies, are insoluble in water, ..."

7. The Chemistry and Literature of Beryllium by Charles Lathrop Parsons (1909)
"The first has been shown to be a simple mixture of the normal oxalate and oxalic acid, and the molybdate and selenites were little more than the residues ..."

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