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Sodium Selenate is an inorganic compound in the form of white, water-soluble solids. It exists as the anhydrous salt (a salt without water), the heptahydrate (a compound with seven molecules of water), and the decahydrate (a compound with 10 molecules of water). It is produced by oxidation of selenium with nitric acid, producing selenous acid, which is neutralized to form sodium selenite. The sodium Selenite is oxidized in a to form a selenate, which is then spray-dried.