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arsenate

an uncommon garden pesticide, as lead arsenate, or as antifungal spray on fruit trees or cattle tick dip as sodium arsenate. Relatively insoluble but will cause arsenic poisoning but less toxic than arsenite.
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Lollingite plays an important role in the formation of iron-rich secondary minerals, including the arsenates scorodite, arseniosiderite, parasymplesite and pharmacosiderite, as well as the arsenites karibibite and schneiderhohnite (particularly at Oumlil-East).
In the Aghbar deposit, at least two separate oxidation episodes affected the primary cobalt and nickel arsenides, creating a rich suite of secondary arsenates.
These colorless to white Ca and Ca + Mg arsenates are not easy to distinguish from each other with the naked eye; specimens must be analyzed.
5 mm occur with pink cobalt arsenates in Vein 54, Ait Ahmane.
Representative electron microprobe analyses of Mazarron- Aquilas arsenates.
Yukonite, an amorphous arsenate compound of varying composition, is a rare mineral which has been reported previously from only four localities in the world: Tagish Lake, Yukon, Canada; Sterling Hill, New Jersey, USA; Saalfeld, Thuringia, Germany; and Redziny, Poland (Pieczka et al.
3+]-Al, with minor Bi-Co-Ag, secondary arsenate, sulfate and carbonate mineral assemblages.
1998) Yukonite, a rare Ca-Fe arsenate from Redziny (Sudetes, Poland).
In male Syrian golden hamsters arsenic trisulfide and calcium arsenate intoxication resulted pneumonia metaplastic ossification and emphysema in lungs along with adenoma and malignant tumors (Goran and Nils 2004).
Effects of arsenate on growth and physiology in Mallard ducklings.
dietary disodium arsenate heptahydrate to juvenile rainbow trout
Sodium arsenate induces overproduction of interleukin-1alpha in murine keratinocytes: role of mitochondria.