arsenical Soaps, &c.—Arsenic is used in preserving the skins of animals.
arsenical compounds have supplanted practically all other substances used to combat external biting insects.
Some taxidermists prefer to use in place of the paste some form of arsenical Soap.
Iron and arsenical Pyrites are also very common attendants, and are both confounded under the name of Mundic.
A fresh section of it shows it to be arsenical Iron Pyrites, each piece weighing four or five ounces.
The arsenical vapours being conducted into this passage, adhere both to the sides thereof and to the joists that lye across it.
This is owing to some particles of inflammable matter, from which arsenical minerals are seldom quite free.
arsenical ar·sen·i·cal (är-sěn'ĭ-kəl)
An agent containing arsenic. adj.
Of, relating to, or containing arsenic.