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Indium selenite, In2(SeO3)3

When sodium selenite is added to a solution of an aluminium salt, a basic selenite is precipitated, which is converted into the normal Indium selenite, In2(SeO3)3.6H2O when heated with aqueous selenious acid at 60°. The normal selenite is a white, crystalline powder, practically insoluble in water. Two acid selenites have been also described.

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