arsenic oxide


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arsenic oxide

[′ärs·ən·ik ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
An oxide of arsenic.
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32 g L-1 were prepared by dissolving arsenic oxide (As2O3) in 2M NaOH and then diluted the solution up to 1 liter with de-ionized water.
1999) administered arsenic oxide in female rats by inhalation throughout the gestation period, and observed reduction in food consumption and also in weight gain.
Arsine is a highly toxic gas that can be generated from arsenic compounds under certain conditions, for example, when an arsenic oxide compound comes into contact with an acid; it causes intravascular hemolysis with resultant renal failure
The average mass balance for the three CCA-C components in the outer 5 mm of the fresh-treated poles used for the CCA elements disproportioning study were 52 percent chromium oxide, 35 percent arsenic oxide, and 14 percent copper oxide.
3] could not be prepared by this method, probably due to the amphoteric nature of arsenic oxide.
Condensation would lead to the production of sticky arsenic oxide which would prove difficult to dislodge from the bags and convey to the bagging point.
At the base of this alunite layer semi-oxidized tetrahedrite and enargite with associated arsenic oxide were located near a 770 ppb gold-in-soil anomaly.