arsenicalism ar·sen·i·cal·ism (är-sěn’ĭ-kə-lĭz’əm)
a compound containing two elements of which arsenic is the negative one, as silver arsenide, Ag 3 As. noun a compound in which arsenic is the most electronegative element
. Historical Examples arsenious oxide is also used as a chemical reagent in glass making and in the dye industry. An Elementary Study of Chemistry William McPherson arsenious acid is found in commerce in the form of a white powder or in small opaque cakes. Memoranda on Poisons Thomas Hawkes Tanner arsenious acid, if present, […]
a salt or ester of arsenous acid. Historical Examples arsenite of soda or Atlas Compound 79 is used in the first layer or two to keep out white ants. Cottage Building in Cob, Pis, Chalk and Clay Clough Williams-Ellis The Terchloride, and the arsenite of Potash, are the preparations most frequently employed. The Action of […]
combined with so as to form an arsenide.