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    The symbol “As” from the periodic table, belongs to the chemical element Arsenic. Its located in group 15, period 4, and is clasificat as semi-metals. Arsenic’s atomic number is 33, and has a density of 5.776 grams per cubic centimeter. Arsenic melting point is 1090 K (817°C or 1503°F) and the boiling point is 887 K (614°C or 1137°F). The element specific gravities are 1.97 and 5.73, they are respectively to his two solid modifications: yellow, and grey (or metallic). Arsenic’s appearance is steel

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    A huge fascination of arsenic started in the 19th century when people got word of a province in southeastern Austria where people ate arsenic. Women would eat arsenic to help gain weight and fix their complexion to look more beautiful and men would eat arsenic because they believed it helped them breath easier when they were climbing high up in the mountains. One doctor by the name of Dr. Robert Craig MacLagan, was particularly interested in this and visited the town to see for himself what was really

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    cofactor in the methylation process of arsenic and assists in transforming MMA to DMA, but this has been disproven by some reasearchers. There are two different mechanisms for arsenic methylation: Classical pathway (oxidative methylation) and Glutathione conjugation pathway (reductive methylation). In oxidative methylation, proposed by Challenger, arsenic comes together with a methyl group to create neutral methylated arsenicals like (MMAV) and (DMAV). The arsenic-sulfur compounds are replaced with unconjugated

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    Arsenic Element 33: Arsenic Abstract Arsenic is element 33 on the periodic table and is in Group 15. Arsenic is obviously an extremely poisonous element; however, some people have found arsenic to have a restorative effect on them. Chemically, arsenic is a metalloid. Two common forms of arsenic are gray and yellow. (see Figure 1-A) Element 33 has an atomic weight of 74.9216 and the chemical symbol of As. It boils at 613ºC, melts at 817ºC, and has a density of 5.72. (see Figure 2-A)

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    Background/Introduction Arsenic is a naturally occurring element that has been known to be a very toxic poison for hundreds of years. This metalloid has properties of metals and nonmetals. It has two forms, the organic forms including arsenobetaine, arsenocholine, MMA and DMA and the inorganic forms including As (III) and As(V). This poison can be dated as far back as 3000 years ago in Chinese medicine that is still used today. Egyptians used arsenic as a way to harden copper and as embalming fluid

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    Arsenic Research Paper

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    The element Arsenic was discovered by Albertus Magnus, a German alchemist, in 1250. Arsenic compounds were dug up by the early Chinese, Greek and Egyptian civilizations. In modern time, most commercial arsenic is obtained by heating arsenopyrite. Arsenic is an extremely poisonous element and has been used to create rat poison and some forms of insecticides. Gallium arsenide can form laser light directly from electricity. Arsenic is comprised of 33 electrons, 42 neutrons, and 33 protons. It exists

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    Arsenic Solution

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    b. Arsenic is often associated with groundwater pollution in the developing world and hence impacts on health when present in drinking water obtained from wells, Devise an epidemiological study that will evaluate the impacts of arsenic on health from this source. Water is most essential liquid for sustaining the life on the earth. 97% of the total water is exists in oceans which is not drinkable , barely 3% is fresh water wherein 2.97% is in form of ice caps and glaciers and

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    Arsenic, a heavy metal with an unknown biological function, is widely acknowledged for its biological toxicity in human health. The occurrence of Arsenic in the immediate environment comes both as a result of natural (e.g. naturally contaminated groundwater) and artificial (e.g. percolation of water from mines) causes. Arsenic is a highly occurring contaminant in groundwater in many areas of the world. These include countries such as Cambodia, Argentina, Chile, Hungary, Mexico, Bangladesh and the

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    Rose For Emily

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    possibly were happy with each other, but the traditions, customs and prejudices of the South doomed this affair to end. She could not allow this. Emily could not have lived with Homer, but she could not loose him, her only love. So she poisoned him with arsenic. She needed someone to love her eternally, and someone to love. She did not have any family members to love and nurture, to turn to for love or support. The few family members she had thought she was crazy, but actually they were even more proud of

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    A Rose For Emily

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    time by her father. During this time she meets Homer, a man the townspeople consider beneath her who seems to almost replace her father. She finally seems to have found happiness, but is then seen buying poison in the local drug store. She asks for arsenic and refuses to tell the druggist what it is for. The townspeople think she is going to kill herself. Later they will find out how wrong they were! The townspeople try to pressure Miss Emily to marry Homer because they call their relationship improper

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