a crystalline, water-soluble, strong, corrosive, dibasic acid, H2SeO4, resembling sulfuric acid.
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Origin of selenic acid
First recorded in 1810–20
Words nearby selenic acid
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British Dictionary definitions for selenic acid
a colourless crystalline soluble strong dibasic acid analogous to sulphuric acid. Formula: H 2 SeO 4
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