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arsonic acid[är¦sän·ik ′as·əd]
An acid derived from orthoarsenic acid, OAs(OH)3; the type formula is generally considered to be RAsO(OH)2; an example is para-aminobenzenearsonic acid, NH2C6H4 AsO(OH)2.
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