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The dithionite anion, S2O42−, is a sulfur oxoanion formally derived from the hypothetical compound dithionous acid, H2S2O4. Dithionous acid has not been detected either as a pure compound or in solution.
Dithionite ions undergo both acid and alkaline hydrolysis:
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