What does arsenic look like?
Arsenic has a metallic grey aspect.
Since arsenic is an element, an arsenic model would just be ne arsenic atom __________________________________________________________ One of the best ways to see how an arsenic model looks like is going to Chemical Elements.com. It'll show the periodic table, and just click on AS and it'll show you.
1. Arsenic is used in weed killers, and pesticides (poison for pests like mice/bugs), and other poisons 2. Arsenic can be used as a semi-conducter (Like boron) 3. Arsenic can be used in medical treatments (such as arsenic trioxide) 4. Arsenic is used as a wood preservative 5. Arsenic is used for alloying with copper and lead to form various useful materials
answer's arsenic Aristocratic Victorian women swallowed a mixture of vinegar, chalk, and arsenic trioxide to make themselves look more pale - to show that they didn't have to work in the fields like the commoners. Arsenic was also rubbed into the faces and arms of women to "improve their complexion".
Arsenic is a metalloid, or "semi-metal". The whole reason for the special category "metalloids" is that some compounds act like metals in some ways and like non-metals in others. Asking whether they're more like metals or nonmetals depends partly on what properties in particular you're concerned with. In the case of arsenic, there are different allotropes as well. Grey arsenic, the more stable and more common form, is more metallic in character than yellow arsenic.