arsenite


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arsenite

[′är·sə‚nīt]
(inorganic chemistry)
AsO33-A negative ion derived from aqueous solutions of As4O6.
A salt or ester of arsenious acid.
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Baymann et al., "Arsenite oxidase, an ancient bioenergetic enzyme," Molecular Biology and Evolution, vol.
Furthermore, the addition of [Na.sub.2]EDTA has demonstrated that it prevented the loss of the arsenic compounds during the chromatographic separation, especially arsenite [18].
The labile arsenic species including extracted arsenite [EAs(III)] and arsenate [EAs(V)] in sediments were determined according to the methods proposed by Ellwood and Maher [10].
Iron(II) chloride tetrahydrate (Fe[Cl.sub.2] x 4[H.sub.2]O), iron(III) chloride hexahydrate (Fe[Cl.sub.3] x 6[H.sub.2]O), sodium arsenite (NaAs[O.sub.2]) as an As(III) compound, aniline, isopropanol, HCl solution, phosphate-buffered saline (PBS, pH = 7.4), and ammonium persulfate were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (Missouri, USA).
Four liter volumes of drinking water were freshly prepared with 250 [micro]g/L (ppb) or 25 mg/L (ppm) sodium arsenite every 2 wk for ad libitum, consumption.
New inorganic (an)ion exchangers based on (alkoxide- free) sol-gel generated layered Mg-Al hydrous oxides for target anions (Arsenate, Arsenite, Fluoride, Bromide, Bromate, Selenite) removal.
Natural zeolites are synthesized from amino-silicate materials which are effective for the exchange of cations [171], but having low capability towards anions, such as Arsenite. Unmodified clinoptilolite is a type of natural zeolite the which has also been reported and show the adsorption capacity up to 1.5 ug g-1 at equilibrium time was attain at 60 min as compare to modified clinoptilolite it is very low capacity of adsorption it is time consuming process [172].
Induction of Apoptosis in the Rat Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells Following Sodium Arsenite Treatment with the Dose Lesser than that Used for Treatment of Malignant Patient.
In mammals, other oxidative stress reagents including sodium arsenite [26, 50, 51] and hydrogen peroxide [52-55] strongly induce SG formation, although the latter triggers a noncanonical type of SG.
The inorganic form of arsenic is more harmful than the organic state, and the most toxicologically effective arsenic compounds are in the trivalent oxidation state, mainly arsenic trioxide ([As.sub.2][O.sub.3]) and sodium arsenite (NaAs[O.sub.2]) [4, 5].