Arsemic is found in food, water and in air. they been shown that they are in metals such as silver, cobalt, and nickel.
When the green can be felt such as mold although when it is imbedding in the wood that is arsenic and when you burn it the arsenic is transfered into the air.
Arsenic is one of the most toxic elements to fish. Acute exposures can result in immediate death. Chronic exposures can result in the accumulation of the metalloid to toxic levels. In fish, bizarre morphological alterations, as well as early neoplastic alterations are produced in the liver.
It prevents the protons (H+) from moving back into the inner membrane of the mitochondria from the proton gradient. Thus, proton trasnport is prevented.
There is no element that serves as an arsenic antagonist. The treatment of choice for acute arsenic poisoning is BAL (2,3-dimercaptopropanol). although other complex compounds may also be used. BAL seems to slow or reduce arsenic transition across the blood-brain barrier. For chronic arsenic poisoning, the picture becomes much more complex, as long term arsenic toxicity creates a myriad of sympoms and related disorders, including some forms of cancer. Generally, in this case, the symptoms are treated and occassionally the root cause may not even be detected. Again, BAL and it's similar compounds make be used to chelate the arsenic and convert it into a water-soluble form which may be washed out of the body. See the links to follow for details.
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The most common oxidation states for arsenic are -3 arsenides, such as alloy-like intermetallic compounds, plus 3 in arsenates.
Arsenic is extracted from some minerals.
Arsenic and nitrogen are members of the same group of the periodic table of Mendeleev - group 15 (pnictides); the have have some similar chemical properties but the differences are also very important.
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Arsenic is known to be a highly poisonous element. long term exposure to Arsenic in low doses can cause skin discolouration, corns and warts. In higher doses will lead to death. There are small quantities found in apple seeds. Arsenic is also used both in rat poison and cigarettes
Arsenic does have a particular smell that is almost natural. Some people however cannot smell the smell that arsenic has.
Some bacteria can use arsenic for the life.
arsenic is semi-metallic and it usually white but can turn from gray to black
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