arsenious


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ar·se·ni·ous

 (är-sē′nē-əs)
adj.
Relating to or containing arsenic, especially with valence 3.

arsenious

(ɑːˈsiːnɪəs) or

arsenous

adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or containing arsenic in the trivalent state
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Adj.1.arsenious - relating to compounds in which arsenic is trivalent
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Comparative efficacy of two dilutions of Arsenicum album to ameliorate toxicity by repeated sublethal injections of arsenious trioxide in mice," Pathobiology 75:156, 2008; Fisher, P.
Arsenic in aqueous solution can be found in oxidation condition state; As (III) as arsenious acid HAsO2 in reductor conditions until pH= 9 and As (V) as arsenic acid H3AsO4 at pH As (III) >As (V) >DMA (V) >MMA (V) [14].
1-5 % of arsenious compounds, primarily realgar and orpiment minerals [5].
4% higher than those obtained by pure iron or arsenious oxide in some cases, and mentioned several factors leading to such errors: rapid stirring, slow addition of permanganate, presence of oxygen and high temperature.
One method would employ rodenticides such as sodium fluoroacetate, fluorcacetamide, zinc phosphide, norbormide, arsenious oxide, oe alpha-chloralose; however, it seemed that the rats had a built-in instinct against anything strange to them, "something called neophobia--new object avoidance" (Herbert 1989b: 128) which could make it difficult for the creatures to accept any new food put anywhere as baits especially if they could feel some ill-effects, in which case they would not touch it again.
Oxidation of several other reducing agents including oxalate, thiosulphate, Ce (IV), ammonia, ammonium ion, arsenious acid and hydrogen peroxide (House, 1962; Wilmarth and Haim, 1962) by peroxodisulphate in presence of [Ag.
Pastor Arsenious El Baramousy of the Amsterdam Coptic Church told AFP he would be meeting Muslim leaders later Tuesday.
In most cases the toxic moiety is presumably trivalent arsenic in the form of inorganic arsenious acid (arsenite), or an organic arsenoxide, rather than the element itself.
However," writes Kev, "there are some rare botanical words: archeilous, anemious and caesious, as well as the chemical term arsenious.