Noun(1) a white powdered poisonous trioxide of arsenic; used in manufacturing glass and as a pesticide (rat poison(2) a very poisonous metallic element that has three allotropic forms; arsenic and arsenic compounds are used as herbicides and insecticides and various alloys; found in arsenopyrite and orpiment and realgar
(1) He was murdered on September 6 by arsenic poisoning while on a Geruda Airlines flight from Jakarta to Amsterdam.(2) One of about 600 Bangladeshi people, who claim they suffered arsenic poisoning because of a Swindon organization, has filed a writ in a damages case worth up to Ôö¼├║30m.(3) Apart from any physiological effects on chickens themselves or consumers, feed additives introduce tons of organic arsenic into the environment every year, says Stolz.(4) You'd make a good psychologist, executioner, black widow, arsenic poisoner, heretic queen or commentator.(5) Animal research has established a bidirectional effect of selenium and arsenic with each metal preventing a toxic effect of the other.(6) Where previously river weed had been gathered to keep the river clear and running free and then was used for fertiliser, this new weed could not be used because of its arsenic content.(7) Many feared the problems had been caused by once dormant heavy metals, including cadmium and arsenic , now emerging from a redundant coke workings.(8) The 38-year-old lawyer was poisoned with arsenic on September 7, 2004, while flying to the Netherlands.(9) Earlier this year, the British journal Lancet published a report saying that a test of strands of George III's hair contained arsenic , which can provoke porphyria attacks.(10) Large numbers of persons in areas of India, Pakistan, and several other countries have been chronically poisoned from naturally occurring arsenic in ground water.(11) Since following UN advice to dig deeper wells 12 years ago, 15,000 serious cases of arsenic poisoning have been identified.(12) It's a free for all at that stage,├ö├ç├û said Mr Campion pointing out that treated timber alone can contain poisonous arsenic .(13) Paul Ehrlich at Frankfurt started his studies on the therapeutic value of organic arsenic compounds in September 1906.(14) After initial reluctance, the Administration has also implemented Clinton-era proposals to reduce arsenic in drinking water and air pollution from diesel trucks and tractors.(15) When heated in air, it reacts with oxygen to form arsenic oxide.(16) In January, the EPA officially ordered a new national arsenic limit of 10 ppb.
(1) arsenic trioxide :: 三酸化ヒ素
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