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arsenical

[ar′sen·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to arsenic.
A compound that contains arsenic.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Arsenical keratosis appears as diffuse thickening involving palms and soles, alone or in combination with nodules usually symmetrically distributed.
Interpretation of the results, however, may be complicated by the presence of other arsenicals in the algae, including unknown compounds.
Arsenic contamination of ground water and prevalence of arsenical dermatosis in the Hetao plain area Inner Mongolia China.
* Industrial exposures can impact workers involved in smelting of contaminated metal ores, manufacturing of certain types of glass, manufacturing of certain metal alloys, manufacturing and application of arsenical pesticides, and those in the semiconductor industry where arsenic is used as a dopant
It is critical to note that although the USDA Organic certification program explicitly prohibits the use of arsenic-based pharmaceuticals in animal production (USDA 2016b), the label "no antibiotics added" only restricts the use of antibiotics and does not specifically prohibit arsenical antimicrobials (USDA 2015).
Assessment of contamination from arsenical pesticide use on orchards in the Great Valley region, Virginia and West Virginia, USA.
These features were consistent with arsenical keratosis with superimposed dermatophytosis.
The chicken sample from the Rox-fed group showed the presence of detectable AsB, [As.sup.III], [DMA.sup.V], [MMA.sup.V], Rox, and an unidentified arsenical (Unknown) (Figure 1, bottom trace).
Key words Arsenic, arsenical keratoses, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.