Cacodylic acid

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a white, crystalline, deliquescent substance, (CH3)2AsO.OH, obtained by the oxidation of cacodyl, and having the properties of an exceedingly stable acid; - also called alkargen.

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Similarly, cacodylic acid (dimethylarsinic acid--pentavalent) was not cytotoxic at levels < 400 [micro]M (data not shown).
More recently, inorganic forms have been replaced by organic arsenicals, such as disodium methylarsenate and cacodylic acid.
Powell, OH), MMA (97% purity; Chem Service, West Chester, PA), and cacodylic acid (DMA; 99% purity; Pfaltz & Bauer, Inc.