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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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(2008) noted inflammation of liver steatosis (fatty liver) hepatocyte deterioration and fibrosis in sodium arsenate treated mice.
(1990) fed mallard ducklings on a diet containing 30 100 or 300 mg/kg (sodium arsenate) for 10 weeks.
The samples showed high percentages of arsenite in stems and leaves while a high percentage of arsenate was found in the roots.
Both species of arsenite and arsenate were found in xylem sap from stems of Brassica juncea [81] and sunflower [103].
Associated with each dissolution is an assemblage of solid phases, a solution phase containing dissolved calcium, phosphate, arsenate, and a pH value.
To ensure that the ([Ba.sub.x][Sr.sub.1-x])HAs[O.sub.4] x [H.sub.2]O solid solution was formed, the precipitation was conducted by mixing barium solution, strontium solution, and arsenate solution at low rate.
bituminous coals studied, although arsenate and arsenic associated with organic matter were also found.
In the district, secondary iron arsenates generally form at the expense of lollingite, arsenopyrite, safflorite and skutterudite.
Chromated copper arsenate (CCA) has been widely used for > 60 years as a wood preservative to extend the lifetime of wood as a building material (Bull 2001; Nico et al.
Benson speculated that through evolution the algae that could process the arsenate survived and reproduced.
Subsequent studies at the Dolores prospect showed abundant lavendulan, associated with some copper arsenates and other secondary minerals.
Olivenite is the most common copper arsenate and many specimens have been collected from the Hillside quarry at Stavoren.