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Arsenic is a chemical element with symbol As and atomic number 33. Arsenic occurs in many ..... Two arsenic pigments have been widely used since their discovery – Paris Green and Scheele's Green. After the toxicity of arsenic became widely ...

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Element Arsenic (As), Group 15, Atomic Number 33, p-block, Mass 74.922. Sources, facts, uses ... Discovered by, Albertus Magnus. Origin of the name, The  ...

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The Element Arsenic - Basic Physical and Historical Information.

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Arsenic was discovered by Known since ancient times at no data in not known. Origin of name: from the Greek word "arsenikon" meaning "yellow orpiment".

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Credit for the actual discovery of arsenic often goes to alchemist Albert the Great ( Albertus Magnus, 1193-1280). He heated a common compound of arsenic, ...

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Jul 28, 2016 ... Arsenic is a naturally occurring element with a reputation as "king of poisons" as well as the "poison of kings."

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33. As. 74.92. The chemical element arsenic is classed as a metalloid. It has been known since ancient times. Its discoverer and discovery date are unknown.

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Mar 5, 2016 ... In the hills above Hollywood, Arsenic's team of 12 — 10 women and two men — is building a media powerhouse based on being real, raw, and ...

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Credit for the actual discovery of arsenic often goes to alchemist Albert the Great ( Albertus Magnus, 1193-1280). He heated a common compound of arsenic, ...