arsenical


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arsenical

[ar′sen·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to arsenic.
A compound that contains arsenic.
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Melanokeratosis from arsenical contamination of tubewell water.
Experimental smelting of arsenical copper ores: implications for Early Bronze Age copper production, in Crew & Crew 1990: 72-4.
analyses show irregular variations (sometimes too high, sometimes too low), which make it difficult to classify objects as arsenical coppers.
To estimate the increase in population cancer risks associated with use of arsenical drugs in poultry production, we calculated the difference in GM iAs concentrations between the categories of chicken products (by package label, by arsenical druguse policy, and by positive roxarsone detection).
market, although it is still sold overseas, and a similar arsenical drug is still available in the United States.
Moreover, arsenic levels in nails generally reflect exposure to inorganic arsenic and seem to be less affected by seafood arsenicals (see below).
These skin lesions are highly associated with skin cancers and other malignancies, and they are highly associated with arsenical skin cancers (Cuzick et al.
Blending in a high iron content concentrate could allow us to accelerate the processing of Miramar's surface stored arsenical wastes, significantly reducing reclamation costs at the Con Mine," he said(+).
Process type Refractory, arsenical sulfide-carbonate-silicate ore requires autoclave processing similar to Campbell Red Lake mine of Placer Dome to produce gold dore bars on-site.