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substituted HAP reaction


hello, can anybody help me please :3
in this formula Ca10(PO4)5.0(SeO3)1(CO3)zx (OH)2-x , what is the z and x? and what if Ca10(PO4)5.0(SeO3)1(CO3)zx (OH)2-x meet H + ?
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These are real numbers.
But where come this from?

If it meet H+ then it will neutralize the OH groups, perhaps also eleminate the selenite.
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ChenBeier wrote:
These are real numbers.
But where come this from?

If it meet H+ then it will neutralize the OH groups, perhaps also eleminate the selenite.

this was from a journal that search the effect of subtituted HAP by selenite to bioactivity of it.
If it meet H+ then it will neutralize the OH groups, perhaps also eleminate the selenite --- can u show the formula?
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Ca9.5Cu0.5(PO4)6(OH)2 + 2 H+ => Ca9.5Cu0.5(PO4)6 2+ + 2 H2O
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