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Boron selenide, B2Se3

Boron selenide, B2Se3, may be prepared by heating boron in selenium vapour or hydrogen selenide. It is also produced if iron or manganese boride be used instead of boron itself. The selenide is a yellow solid which does not appear to be volatile at a red heat. It is decomposed by water in a similar manner to the sulphide.

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