Sodium arsenite refers to one of two compounds: sodium meta-arsenite (NaAsO2) or sodium ortho-arsenite (Na3AsO3). It is the sodium salt of arsenous acid. The solid consists of sodium cations, Na+, and catena-arsenite anions, n−
n, which are infinite -O-As(=O)- chains.
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