Problem: Elements in the same family often form oxyanions of the same general formula. The anions are named in a similar fashion. What are the names of the oxyanions of selenium and tellurium:SeO42–, SeO32–, TeO42–, TeO32–?

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Elements in the same family often form oxyanions of the same general formula. The anions are named in a similar fashion. What are the names of the oxyanions of selenium and tellurium:
SeO42–, SeO32–, TeO42–, TeO32–?

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