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Definition of Cacodyl

Cacodyl
Cacodyl Cac"o*dyl, n. [Gr. ??????? ill-smelling (????? bad + ????? to smell) + -yl.] (Chem.) Alkarsin; a colorless, poisonous, arsenical liquid, As2(CH3)4, spontaneously inflammable and possessing an intensely disagreeable odor. It is the type of a series of compounds analogous to the nitrogen compounds called hydrazines. [Written also cacodyle, and kakodyl.]

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- Cacodyl, also known as dicacodyl or tetramethyldiarsine, (CH3)2As—As(CH3)2, is an organo****nic compound that constitutes a major part of "Cadet's fuming...
- Cacodyl oxide is a chemical compound of the formula [(CH3)2As]2O. This organo****nic compound is primarily of historical significance since it is sometimes...
- professorship at the University of Marburg, where he continued his studies on cacodyl derivatives. He was promoted to full professorship in 1841. While at University...
- "Cadet's fuming liquid" which contains cacodyl oxide, ((CH3)2As)2O and cacodyl, ((CH3)2As)2. Early research into "cacodyls" was reported by Robert Bunsen at...
- chemical warfare agent. One of the earliest proposed chemical weapons, cacodyl oxide, or Cadet's fuming liquid, also displays properties of a blood agent...
- Louis Claude Cadet's synthesis of methyl ****nic compounds related to cacodyl, William Christopher Zeise's platinum-ethylene complex, Edward Frankland's...
- give a blue solution. Acetates when heated with ****nic trioxide form cacodyl oxide, which can be detected by its malodorous vapours. Organic or inorganic...
- is known as Cadet's fuming liquid and contains the two compounds cacodyl and cacodyl oxide. Cadet studied at the Collège des Quatre-Nations and became...
- with ****nic trioxide. It consisted mostly of dicacodyl (((CH3)2As)2) and cacodyl oxide (((CH3)2As)2O). The reaction for forming the oxide was something...
- in 1838 Berzelius and Robert Bunsen investigated the radical cacodyl (reaction of cacodyl chloride with zinc) around 1841, now also known as a dimer species...
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