Sodium Selenate is the sodium salt of selenium and exists as colorless to white powder. It exists in the forms of the anhydrous salt, the heptahydrate, and the decahydrate. The decahydrate form is frequently used as a source of selenium in multivitamins and animal feed, while the anhydrous salt is used in the production of glass.
|1||Description||White to Off White|
|3||Solubility (Color)||Colorless to Very Faint Yellow|
(100 mg/mL, H2O)
|Clear to Slightly Hazy|
|5||IR Spectrum||Conforms to Structure|
|6||Selenium||39.7 - 44.0 %|
|7||Sodium (Na)||23.7 - 24.9 %|
|8||Purity (Titration by NaOH)||≥ 98.0%|
Q. Is Sodium Selenate a salt?
Sodium selenate is an inorganic sodium salt having selenate as the counterion.
Q. What is the chemical formula for Sodium Selenate?
Sodium selenate is a compound with the molecular formula Na2SeO4.