Origin of arsenic trisulfide
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Arsenic can also cause cardiovascular disease, which African-Americans have greater genetic susceptibility for, she said.The Congressman Fighting for More Arsenic in Drinking Water|Tim Mak|July 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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Arsenic, copper, lead and PCBs were found in the soil, sediment and water.
As (metallic) Arsenic:—Obtained by one of the processes already given.
Arsenic, ar′sen-ik, n. one of the chemical elements: a mineral poison: a soft, gray-coloured metal.
Arsenic and phosphoric acids interfere unless an excess of free hydrochloric or other acid is present.
Arsenic also occurs as a constituent of several comparatively rare minerals; and, as an impurity, it is very widely distributed.
Arsenic itself is volatile, and many of its compounds have the same property.