Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A salt formed by the union of arsenious oxid with a base.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Chem.) A salt formed by the union of arsenious acid with a base.

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  • noun chemistry Any oxyanion of trivalent arsenic, especially the AsO33- anion (or protonated derivatives); Any salt containing this anion, or any ester of arsenious acid

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Examples

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  • The toxic compounds in arsenic are arsenate and arsenite.

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  • The toxic compounds in arsenic are arsenate and arsenite.

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  • The press release for Professor Andy Meharg's book Venomous Earth, "scientific, cultural and political history of arsenic", mentions further arsenical anecdotes such as the Madeleine Smith case, William Morris wallpapers, and the origin of a long-standing Scottish prejudice against green sweets (a fondness of traders in 19th century Greenock for the toxic Scheele's Green - copper arsenite - as a food dye in confectionery).

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  • National Guardsmen trucked sawdust from mountain sawmills to the plains, where it was mixed with bran, molasses, sodium arsenite, and banana oil to make a death brew for the hoppers.

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  • National Guardsmen trucked sawdust from mountain sawmills to the plains, where it was mixed with bran, molasses, sodium arsenite, and banana oil to make a death brew for the hoppers.

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  • National Guardsmen trucked sawdust from mountain sawmills to the plains, where it was mixed with bran, molasses, sodium arsenite, and banana oil to make a death brew for the hoppers.

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  • National Guardsmen trucked sawdust from mountain sawmills to the plains, where it was mixed with bran, molasses, sodium arsenite, and banana oil to make a death brew for the hoppers.

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  • Barry Rosen and his group at Wayne State identified arsenite transport through

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  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol. sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

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