arsenic acid


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ar·se·nic ac·id

the hydrate of arsenic oxide or arsenic pentoxide which forms arsenates with certain bases.
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Typical CCA formulations are commonly prepared by first dissolving chromic acid in water and then adding copper oxide and arsenic acid as solids to the chromic acid solution.
China claims some residents living nearby weapons abandoned in northeastern China are suffering from leakage of toxic substances such as mustard gas and arsenic acid.
Total urinary arsenic concentrations were measured using inductively coupled plasma dynamic reaction cell-mass spectrometry on an ELAN DRC II ICPMS or PerkinElmer ELAN 6100 DRC plus (PerkinElmer SCIEX, Concord, ON, Canada); arsenic species and metabolites (arsenous acid, arsenic acid, MMA, DMA, arsenobetaine, and arsenocholine) were measured using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
China claims some residents living nearby weapons abandoned in northeastern China are suffering from leakage of toxic substances such as mustard gas and arsenic acid. China says Japan left two million chemical munitions on its soil while Japan counts just 700,000 shells.