It occurs naturally in inorganic and organic forms, such as arsenic acid (H3AsO4) and arsenous
acid (H3AsO3) and their dissociation derivatives (H2AsO4 -, HAsO4 2-, H2AsO3 - and HAsO3 2-)arsenites, arsenates, monomethylarsenic acid (MMAA), and dimethylarsenic acid (DMAA) .
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Qualitatively, arsenic may be detected by precipitation as the yellow arsenous
sulfide from hydrochloric acid of 25% or greater concentration.
Between then and 1955, arsenic (as the sodium salt of arsenous
acid) was widely used on the NSW north coast and along the NSW--Queensland border.
For example, arsenous
sulfide can be produced by either of the following reactions:
Mineralogical evaluations of the sulphide ore showed that gold was primarily associated with pyrite, marcasite, and arsenous
or arsenopyrite mineralization.
78 mg/L; Chem Service), monomethyl arsenous
acid (MMA III; 0.