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Poisoning by arseniuretted hydrogen or hydrogen arsenide

its properties, sources, relations to scientific and industrial operations, symptoms, post-mortem appearances, treatment & prevention, with a record of one hundred and twenty cases by different observers

by Glaister, John

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Published by E. & S. Livingstone in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographic references and index.

Statementby John Glaister
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 279 pages
Number of Pages279
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27261744M

Synonym:Hydrogen arsenide; Arsenous hydride; Arseniuretted hydrogen; Arsenic trihydride; Arsenic hydride Section 2. Hazards identification FLAMMABLE GASES - Category 1 GASES UNDER PRESSURE - Compressed gas ACUTE TOXICITY (inhalation) - Category 1 CARCINOGENICITY - Category 1A SPECIFIC TARGET ORGAN TOXICITY (SINGLE EXPOSURE) - Category 1. The relation of arsenical poisoning from wall paper, through the liberation of arsenic-containing gases by the growth of the molds, is taken up. The monograph closes with a synoptical account of the recorded cases of poisoning by arseniuretted hydrogen and chapters on analytical methods for the detection of arsenic.

  Exposure frequently occurs when arsine gas is generated while metals or crude ores containing arsenic impurities are treated with acid and this is a common source of exposure. Synonyms include arsenic hydride, arsenic trihydride, arseniuretted hydrogen, arsenious hydride, and hydrogen arsenide. ARSINE decomposes into its elements (arsenic, gaseous hydrogen) when heated to °C. Can form accidentally by the reaction of arsenic impurities with mineral acids (hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid) in the presence of common metals (iron, zinc).

Arsenic hydride; Arsenic hydride (AsH3) Arsenic trihydride; Arseniuretted hydrogen; Arsenous hydride; Arsenowodor [Polish] Arsenwasserstoff [German] Arsina [Spanish] Arsine; HSDB ; Hydrogen arsenide; UN; The arsenate ion is As O 3− arsenate (compound) is any compound that contains this ion. Arsenates are salts or esters of arsenic arsenic atom in arsenate has a valency of 5 and is also known as pentavalent arsenic or As(V).Arsenate resembles phosphate in many respects, since arsenic and phosphorus occur in the same group (column) of the periodic Number:


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The properties of aluminium arsenide were described in by Fonzes-Diacon. In contact with water it evolves large quantities of almost pure arseniuretted hydrogen.

Cases of poisoning by this gas are fortunately rare, for it is one of the most deadly risks to which workers in industry are by: 4. Two men were at work for 4£ hours discharging zinc ashes, the product of galvanized iron wire; they watered the ashes to allay dust.

The only door to the truck, which had been shut up for 7 days, was opened during the work. A few hours later both men became seriously ill with pronounced jaundice, albuminuria, haemoglobinuria, haematuria, and scanty urine, but not : P.

Moureau, E. Ponsart, J. Warin. Discussion Poisoning by arseniuretted hydrogen produces a serious illness with a striking clinical picture. The dominant features are acute haemolysis and jaundice, and perfectly correct diagnoses, such as acute hxmolytic anaemia, hxmolytic jaundice, and toxic jaundice, are Cited by: 5.

Bias Compensation - In some cases, hydrogen poisoning does not result in catastrophic device failure, but a shift is device characteristics. For PHEMTs for example, hydrogen poisoning results is a shift in Vpo to more positive values, a drop in Idss, and a shift in the peak gm [6].

For Fig. Size: KB. Even when hard water has been softened, large boilers require periodical inside cleaning for the removal of " fur ". In this case, the boiler was made of steel and had a capacity of 14 cubic metres. To loosen the " fur " the boiler was first filled with 2, litres of 10 per cent, hydrochloric acid and this was left in for 9 hours and then drained : F.

Troisi. › Find signed collectible books: 'Poisoning by arseniuretted hydrogen of hydrogen arsenide, its properties, sources, relations to scientific and industrial operations, symptoms, post-mortem appearances, treatment, and prevention'. Inorganic arsenic, which may occur in a pure metallic form as well as in compounds, is the more harmful variant.

The toxicity of arsenic does not diminish with : Jakob Povl Holck. In nature, arsenic is typically combined with other elements such as carbon and hydrogen. This is known as organic arsenic. Inorganic arsenic, which.

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Other names for arsine include arsenic hydride, arsenic trihydride, arseniuretted hydrogen, arsenious hydride, hydrogen arsenide and Agent SA.

Stibine is a colourless gas with a disagreeable odour. Poisoning by Arseniuretted Hydrogen of Hydrogen Arsenide, Its Properties, Sources, Relations to Scientific and Industrial Operations, Symptoms, Post-Mortem Appearances, Treatment, and Prevention.

John Glaister. Author(s): Glaister,John, Title(s): Poisoning by arseniuretted hydrogen or hydrogen arsenide; its properties, sources, relations to scientific and industrial operations, symptoms, post-mortem appearances, treatment & prevention, with a record of one hundred and.

The saddest loss of life in Victorian times due to Arsine, or Arseniuretted Hydrogen as it was then known, was that of a young man writing a book of chemistry experiments. In Mr.

Brittan, 31, prepared hydrogen gas using zinc granules and sulphuric acid, in order to breathe in the hydrogen to alter the tone of his voice, much as drunks.

Arsenic poisoning occurs primarily through ingestion (say, by licking one's finger and turning the page of a contaminated book) but some of the poison can also seep in Author: Brandon Specktor.

Synonym:Hydrogen arsenide; Arsenous hydride; Arseniuretted hydrogen; Arsenic trihydride; Arsenic hydride; Arsan; Arsenic tryhydride; arsenide hydrogen SDS # Airgas USA, LLC and its affiliates North Radnor-Chester Road Suite Radnor, PA hour telephone Section 2.

Hazards identificationFile Size: KB.The toxicity of arsine is distinct from that of other arsenic compounds. The main route of exposure is by inhalation, although poisoning after skin contact has also been described.

Arsine attacks hemoglobin in the red blood cells, causing them to be destroyed by the al formula: AsH₃.Arsenate(2-) is an arsenate ion resulting from the removal of two protons from arsenic acid. It is a conjugate base of an arsenate(1-). It is a conjugate base of an arsenate(1-).

It is a conjugate acid of an arsenate.