realgar


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realgar

a naturally occurring deposit of arsenic disulfide, used as a pigment and a potential source of poisoning in animals.
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We identified realgar in soils 1, 3, 4, and 11 and arsenopyrite in soils 4 and 7.
Some of the common minerals in soils are arsenopyrite (FeAsS), mispickel (FeSAs), orpiment (As2S3) and realgar (AsS).
RON Smyth's 13 to 1 chance Only For Jo and Ian Jenkinson land the Manchester H'cap to sink a wee touch on John Sutcliffe's Realgar (E Hide).
Acidity (Peter Bailey) is the 11-1 favourite for the Manchester Handicap at Doncaster at the weekend, with Realgar (John Sutcliffe snr) and Saint Paul (Michael Jarvis) at 12-1.
Arsenic market is a highly dependent segment of the global economy - the material is recovered from processing of nonferrous ores or concentrates and is a byproduct of gold mining from orpiment and realgar.
Chinese name Botanical name Frequency Fu zi Radix aconiti lateralis 8111 praeparata Ban xia Rhizoma pinelliae 7123 Zhu sha Cinnabaris 3329 Xiong huang Realgar 3229 Ba dou Fructus crotonis 2348 Wu zhuyu Fructus evodiae 1971 Qing fen Calomelas 1584 Bai fuzi Rhizoma Typhonii 1497 Quan xie Scorpio 1431 Tian nanxing Rhizoma Arisaematis 1341 Table 3 The top 10 most frequently used herbs that combined with licorice in Chinese Formulae by data mining analysis (order by frequency).