Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun. 1982, 47, 1923-1930

Strontium and barium selenites. Synthesis and some properties

Miroslav Ebert and David Havlíček

Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Charles University, 128 40 Prague 2


The solubility, thermal analysis, powder X-ray diffraction, and infrared spectroscopy methods were applied to a study of selenites SrSeO3.n H2O (n = 0.6-1.0), anhydrous SrSeO3 (in two modifications), Sr(HSeO3)2, SrSe2O5, BaSeO3, and BaSe2O5. The conditions of their preparation and their bonding parameters are discussed in terms of comparison with magnesium and calcium selenites.