ⓘ Arsenous acid

                                     

ⓘ Arsenous acid

Arsenous acid is the inorganic compound with the formula H 3 AsO 3. It is known to occur in aqueous solutions, but it has not been isolated as a pure material, although this fact does not detract from the significance of As 3.

                                     
  • methanearsonic acid converts to its conjugate bases, the methylarsonates. These include CH3AsO3H and CH 3AsO2 3. Reaction of arsenous acid with methyl
  • hydroiodic acid The reaction proceeds via formation of arsenous acid which exists in equilibrium with hydroiodic acid The aqueous solution is highly acidic pH
  • biological systems and unlike many other organoarsenic compounds, such as arsenous acid and trimethylarsine, it is relatively non - toxic. It has been known since
  • trichloride is an inorganic compound with the formula AsCl3, also known as arsenous chloride or butter of arsenic. This poisonous oil is colourless, although
  • NaAsO2. Also called sodium meta - arsenite, it is the sodium salt of arsenous acid Sodium ortho - arsenite is Na3AsO3. The compounds are colourless solids
  • polysulfide. Arsenic pentasulfide hydrolyzes in boiling water, giving arsenous acid and sulfur: As2S5 6 H2O 2 H3AsO3 2 S 3 H2S It oxidizes in air
  • compounds are known: arsonous acids RAs OH 2 rare arsenous acid As OH 3 is well known arsinous acids R2AsOH rare arsinic acids R2As O OH common, illustrated
  • Arsenic acid is the chemical compound with the formula H3AsO4. More descriptively written as AsO OH 3, this colorless acid is the arsenic analogue of phosphoric
  • Arsonic acid is the simplest of the arsonic acids It is a hypothetical compound, although the tautomeric arsenious acid As OH 3 is well established
  • pentoxide Arsenous oxide Arsenous trichloride Arsine Azinphos - ethyl Azinphos - methyl Benzal chloride Benzenamine, 3 - trifluoromethyl - Benzenearsonic acid Benzimidazole