arsenate

An arsenate (compound) is some compound that contains the arsenate ion : AsO43- . Arsenate is much like phosphate. In acid conditions we have arsenic acid, H3AsO4; in weakly acid conditions we have the dihydrogen arsenate ion, H2AsO4-; in weakly basic conditions we have hydrogen arsenate ion HAsO42-; and finally, in basic conditions, the arsenate ion AsO43-.



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Link database: FDA: igh Performance Liquid Chromatography-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometric Determination of Four Arsenic Species in Fruit Juice
Link database: CAMEO Chemicals: SODIUM ARSENATE HEPTAHYDRATE
Detecting Toxic Arsenic Species in Apple Juice | EVISA's News
Gut bacteria transform inorganic arsenate leading to more toxic arsenic species | EVISA's News
Link database: FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual: Section 4.11: Arsenic Speciation in Rice and Rice Products Using HPLC-ICP-MS
Arsenic-free water still a pipedream | EVISA's News
New insights on arsenic cycling | EVISA's News
Toxic inorganic arsenic species found in Japanese seaweed food | EVISA's News
Arsenicís Toxicity: Microbiome Alterations in the Mouse Gut | EVISA's News
New arsenic species found in electronic cigarettes | EVISA's News
Arsenic Speciation in Rice Cereals for Infants | EVISA's News
Certified reference materials for arsenic in marine animal tissues | EVISA's News
Susceptibility to arsenic toxicity influenced by genes | EVISA's News
Material database: Ecochemistry Laboratory at the University of Canberra - Australian Rice Flour Reference Material
Certified reference materials for arsenic species in biological materials | EVISA's News
Visualizing the bioaccumulation of arsenic in a fern | EVISA's News
Canadian Researchers Draft Recipe for Human Metabolome | EVISA's News
Arsenic-absorbing fern may soak up toxic metal to repel hungry bugs, UF researchers say | EVISA's News
Link database: FDA: Elemental Analysis Manual: Section 4.10: HPLC-ICP-MS Determination of Four Arsenic Species in Fruit Juice
Arsenic in Pressure-Treated Lumber - Enhancing Childrens Cancer Risks | EVISA's News