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arsenical

[ar′sen·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to arsenic.
A compound that contains arsenic.
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These findings are well reflected in atomic-deficient void structure of REA1 pellet, composed of high-temperature /?[As.sub.4][S.sub.4] polymorph (the source chemical arsenical from Sigma Aldrich, USA), owing to typical values of [[tau].sub.int] = 0.389 ns and [[tau].sub.b] = 0.240 ns.
In conclusion, inorganic arsenicals and their methylation metabolites, [MMA.sup.V] and [DMA.sup.V], were quantified in saliva samples collected from people who were exposed to various concentrations of arsenic.
The biological and economic assessment of pentachlorophenol, inorganic arsenicals, and creosote.
In 1978, the EPA began investigating the risk that inorganic arsenicals cause cancer, genetic mutation, and birth defects.
Since modest amounts of arsenicals and mercury did not cause seroconversion of the blood (the Wasserman tests still were positive), they assumed that treatment had no possible effect upon syphilis.
inorganic arsenicals and other water-borne preservatives such as chromated copper arsenate (CCA) and ammoniacal copper arsenate (ACA) are toxic to wood destroying fungi and insects, but leave a relatively clean and paintable surface and little or no odor.
Effects of Methylated Arsenicals, Inorganic Arsenic, and Arsenobetaine on Atherosclerosis and Plaque Components in the [apoE.sup.-/-] Mouse Model
Their topics include a history of arsenic as a poison and a medicinal agent, lung cancer and other pulmonary diseases, arsenic interaction with zinc finger motifs, cancer induced by exposure to arsenicals in animals, and considerations for a biologically based risk assessment for arsenic.
Most of my 400-plus papers and reports have been concerned with arsenic in one way or another and cover, for example: the synthesis of simple arsenicals, the speciation of arsenic compounds in plants and animals, the toxicity and carcinogenicity of methylarsenic(III) compounds, the use of quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction to estimate the mobility of arsenic species in environmental compartments, and, most recently, the toxicity of certain Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines.