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arsenate

[′ärs·ən‚āt]
(inorganic chemistry)
AsO43-A negative ion derived from orthoarsenic acid, H3 AsO4·½H2O.
A salt or ester of arsenic acid.
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Like picropharmacolite, arsenolite is found in general in the vicinity of Ca and Mg arsenates.
At Khder, in a quartz vein, we discovered an interesting suite of copper arsenates, all new for the Bou Azzer district.
White calcium and/or magnesium arsenates from Bou Azzer are often difficult to distinguish visually.
Lavendulan resembles rare copper arsenates such as arhbarite--but the latter is known in only three specimens from the Bou Azzer district.
Benson speculated that through evolution the algae that could process the arsenate survived and reproduced.
So, to get double protection from either arsenate or arsenite, if you believe that someone is putting a little something in your drink, the recommendation is to rush down to the local pharmacopeia and order nothing but the finest camel's hair brushite.
Whereas jarosite and iron arsenates are more abundant in the central part of the lens, copper minerals, especially copper carbonates and conichalcite, occur predominantly in the peripheral zone.
Arseniosiderite appears as brown to golden yellow platy crystals forming the matrix for chlorargyrite and several arsenates.
In the Dolores prospect, the secondary-mineral zoning, where jarosite and iron arsenates are more abundant in the central part of the lens and copper minerals are more abundant in the peripheral zone, suggests a higher mobility of copper than of iron in the first supergene fluids, with a normally decreasing gradient of acidity from the core to the rim of the lens.
2008) noted inflammation of liver steatosis (fatty liver) hepatocyte deterioration and fibrosis in sodium arsenate treated mice.
Arsenate had no effect on growth and feeding behavior on a diet containing 200 mg/kg for 4 weeks.
In broilers sodium arsenate @150 ppm resulted in decreased feed intake and weight gain with increased feed conversion ratio (FCR).