arsenic acid

arsenic acid
A poisonous, white crystalline compound, HAsO, formed from arsenic pentoxide and water; it has the same structure as phosphoric acid, and is used in the manufacture of arsenates.

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  • arsenic acid — n. a white, poisonous, crystalline compound, H3AsO4, used to make insecticides, medicines, etc …   English World dictionary

  • arsenic acid — ar·sen·ic acid är .sen ik n any of three arsenic containing acids that are analogous to the phosphoric acids * * * ar·sen·ic ac·id (ahr senґik) the hydrate, H3AsO4, of arsenic pentoxide, which is itself also referred to as arsenic acid …   Medical dictionary

  • arsenic acid anhydride — arseno(V) oksidas statusas T sritis chemija formulė As₂O₅ atitikmenys: angl. arsenic acid anhydride; arsenic pentoxide; arsenic(V) oxide rus. мышьяка(V) оксид; мышьяковый ангидрид ryšiai: sinonimas – diarseno pentoksidas …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • arsenic acid — noun an acid formed from arsenic pentoxide • Hypernyms: ↑acid …   Useful english dictionary

  • arsenic acid — Chem. a white, crystalline, water soluble powder, H3AsO4·1/2H2O, used chiefly in the manufacture of arsenates. [1795 1805] * * * …   Universalium

  • arsenic acid — crystalline compound (Chemistry) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • arsenic acid — arsen′ic ac′id n. chem. a white, crystalline, water soluble powder, H3AsO4∙½H2O, used esp. in the manufacture of arsenates • Etymology: 1795 …   From formal English to slang

  • arsenic acid — /aˌsɛnɪk ˈæsəd/ (say ah.senik asuhd) noun a water soluble, crystalline compound, H3AsO4.½H2O, used in the manufacture of arsenates …  

  • Arsenic — (pronEng|ˈɑrsənɪk) is a chemical element that has the symbol As and atomic number of 33. Arsenic was first documented by Albertus Magnus in 1250cite book |last=Emsley |first=John |title=Nature s Building Blocks: An A Z Guide to the Elements |year …   Wikipedia

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