Definitions for "ARSENIC"
One of the elements, a solid substance resembling a metal in its physical properties, but in its chemical relations ranking with the nonmetals. It is of a steel-gray color and brilliant luster, though usually dull from tarnish. It is very brittle, and sublimes at 356° Fahrenheit. It is sometimes found native, but usually combined with silver, cobalt, nickel, iron, antimony, or sulphur. Orpiment and realgar are two of its sulphur compounds, the first of which is the true arsenicum of the ancients. The element and its compounds are active poisons. Specific gravity from 5.7 to 5.9. Atomic weight 75. Symbol As.
Pertaining to, or derived from, arsenic; -- said of those compounds of arsenic in which this element has its highest equivalence; as, arsenic acid.
CAS Number: 7440-38-2. A solid, poisonous element that is commonly metallic steel-gray, crystalline, and brittle. Chemical symbol = As. Molecular weight = 74.92 g/mol. Learn More...
Keywords:  rfd, mrl
0.286* 0.000003 0.000009 0.0003 MRL/RfD
1.3 0.0001 0.00041 0.0003 MRL/RfD
Keywords:  epa
0.10 0.10 0.30 EPA 200.7
0.003 0.006 0.013 0.30 EPA 206.2
Keywords:  creg, emeg
ND - 13 2 / 46 3 / 0.2 EMEG / CREG3
Arsenious oxide or arsenious anhydride; -- called also arsenious acid, white arsenic, and ratsbane.
an oxide of arsenic used to improve color, transparency, and brilliance, often used when producing opaque white glass or opaline.
Keywords:  teacup, huck, joel, ladies, pet
A kind of cosmetic greatly affected by the ladies, whom it greatly affects in turn. "Eat arsenic? Yes, all you get," Consenting, he did speak up; "'Tis better you should eat it, pet, Than put it in my teacup." Joel Huck
Keywords:  sge, strategic, war, game
A strategic war game using the sge similar to co*co.
Keywords:  critical, temperature
|- | Critical temperature || 1673 K
0.0040.004 0.008 0.30 206.2
0.0030.003 0.013 0.30 206.2
2.2 8.91 36
0.358 0.325 0.335 0.335 0.448
0.05 0.001 0.004 0.001 0.002 0.0008 0.0003 0.004 0.0009 0.001
0.100.10 0.30 200.7