Definition of Arsenicism. Meaning of Arsenicism. Synonyms of Arsenicism

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Definition of Arsenicism

Arsenicism
Arsenicism Ar*sen"i*cism, n. (Med.) A diseased condition produced by slow poisoning with arsenic.

Meaning of Arsenicism from wikipedia

- ****nic is a chemical element with the symbol As and atomic number 33. ****nic occurs in many minerals, usually in combination with sulfur and metals,...
- ****nic poisoning is a medical condition that occurs due to elevated levels of ****nic in the body. If ****nic poisoning occurs over a brief period of...
- ****nicals are chemical compounds that contain ****nic. In a military context, the term ****nical refer to toxic ****nic compounds that are used as chemical...
- The ****nic minerals or ****nic group are a group of trigonal symmetry minerals composed of ****nic-like elements, and one alloy. The elements are ****nic...
- ****nical bronze is an alloy in which ****nic, as opposed to or in addition to tin or other constituent metals, is added to copper to make bronze. The...
- ****nic trioxide, sold under the brand name Trisenox among others, is an inorganic compound and medication. As an industrial chemical, it is used in the...
- ****nic is the chemical element with symbol As and atomic number 33. ****nic may also refer to: ****nic trioxide, a poison commonly referred to as simply...
- ****nic and Old Lace is a 1944 American black comedy film directed by Frank Capra and starring Cary Grant. It was based on Joseph Kesselring's 1941 play...
- ****ni**** album (****nic. alb.) is a solution prepared by diluting aqueous ****nic trioxide generally until there is little amounts of ****nic remaining in...
- (April 2006). "Treatment of precancerous and cancerous lesions of chronic ****nicism with 5% imiquimod cream". Arch Dermatol. 142 (4): 531–2. doi:10.1001/archderm...
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