arsonic acid

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ar·son·ic ac·id (ahr-sonґik) an organic compound containing the AsO(OH)2 functional group.

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  • arsonic acid — noun a) the acid HAs(=O)(OH) derived from arsine b) any hydrocarbyl derivative of this compound …   Wiktionary

  • arsonic acid — (ˈ)är|sänik , sō noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary arsonium + ic 1. : any of a series of organic acids (as the arsanilic acids) having the general formula RAsO(OH)2 and obtainable by oxidizing monosubstituted organic arsines (as …   Useful english dictionary

  • 4-Hydroxy-3-nitrobenzenearsonic acid — Chembox new ImageFile = Roxarsone.png ImageSize = 150px IUPACName = 4 Hydroxy 3 nitrobenzenearsonic acid OtherNames = Roxarson Roxarsone 2 Nitrophenol 4 arsonic acid Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 121 19 7 PubChem = SMILES = Section2 =… …   Wikipedia

  • arylarsonic acid — An arsonic acid containing an aryl radical; e.g., arsenilic acid …   Medical dictionary

  • arsanilic acid — |ärsə|nilik noun Etymology: ars + aniline + ic : any of three poisonous crystalline isomeric acids NH2C6H4AsO(OH)2; amino benzene arsonic acid; especially : the para isomer analogous to sulfanilic acid used in making organic arsenical drugs …   Useful english dictionary

  • arsinic acid — (ˈ)är|sinik noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary arsine + ic 1. : any of a series of organic acids (as cacodylic acid) having the general formula RR′AsOOH and obtainable by oxidizing disubstituted organic arsines [as dimethyl… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stibonic acid — stə̇ˈbänik noun Etymology: New Latin stibonium + English ic : any of a series of organic acids of antimony having the general formula RSbO(OH)2 and analogous to the arsonic acids compare stibanilic acid …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bechamp reaction — In organic synthesis, the Bechamp reaction is used for producing arsonic acids from activated aromatic rings such as aniline. [A. J. Bechamp, Compt. Rend. 56, 1172 (1863)] [P. Ehrlich and A. Bertheim, Ber. 40, 3292 (1907)] [H. P. Brown and C. S.… …   Wikipedia

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