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a poisonous colorless flammable gas used in organic synthesis and to dope transistors and as a poison gas in warfare

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001 -- (a) Multiple/comparison testing based on arsine transformation of original proportions [14] found that the proportion of C/T genotype in the case group was significantly greater than in the control group (p<0.
Arsine evolution-electrothermal atomic absorption method for the determination of nanogram levels of total arsenic in urine and water.
The high release of certain chemicals (Carbondisulfide, Halogenated hydrocarbons and Chlorofluorocarbons, Methylene Chloride, etc), metals (Antimony, Arsenic and Arsine, Cadmium, Cobalt, Lead, Thallium, Zinc, Nickel, Copper, Manganese etc), gases (Carbon monoxide, Cyanide, Hydrogen Sulfide, etc) Pesticides (Carbamates and Organophosphates, Organic Nitrates, etc) can be the main cause of Cardiovascular disease.
He keeps some more volatile elements in his school bag and thus poisons his whole class with arsine gas.
Applications include ppb COS and total sulfur in propylene, HAPs in workplace atmospheres, trace contaminants such as arsine in process gases and ppb BTX in air.
It was not immediately clear how the accident had occurred but it possibly involved arsine, a compound of arsenic and highly toxic.
All arsenic compounds are toxic, arsine is particularly toxic because of its gaseous nature.
Arsine toxicity treated with red blood cell and plasma exchanges.
This has been summarized in Table 4 and showed the pig trash had the potential to generate arsine gas.
a A, confessed to tossing arsine into her employers' tea for refusing to allow her to take a week off to visit with her parents in the Delta Governorate of Kafr el-Sheikh, the police said.
In particular, the manufacturing of photovoltaic cells Manufacture of photovoltaic (PV) cells involves potentially toxins such as lead, mercury, chromium, cadmium, trichlorosilane, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrogen selenide, arsenic, phosphine, and arsine, and produces emissions of greenhouse gases such as sulfur hexafluoride and nitrogen trifluoride, and chemicals like trichloroethane, acetone and ammonia.
3] Gas Microbes, sewage, fertilizer manufacture, geothermal steam, refrigeration equipment, cleaning products, reproduction (blueprint) machines Arsine [AsH.
Thus, for example, any researcher or citizen could have found out how much vinyl chloride the Vista Chemical Company released from its Aberdeen, Mississippi plant since 1989, or in what year Intel stopped using arsine gas for its semiconductor-ion-implant processes in its facility in Chandler, Arizona (Kleiner, 1991).
Mello and classmate Matt Zubiel, who is a volunteer firefighter in his home state of Colorado, pulled 61-year-old Arsine Sahverdiyan of Worcester to safety.