What is sodium arsenate?

Sodium Arsenate

Sodium arsenate is the inorganic compound with the formula NaH2AsO4.H2O. Related salts are also called sodium arsenate, including Na2HAsO4 and Na3AsO4. This particular salt is a colorless solid that is highly toxic. The potassium salt has similar properties.

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List Of Minerals F–G (complete) - G
... dicopper triarsenide heptasulfide) Gabrielsonite (1966-011) 08.BH.35 (IUPAC Lead iron arsenate hydroxyl) Gadolinite-(Ce) (Y 1978) 09.AJ.20 Gadolinite-(Y) (Y 1802) 09.AJ.20 Gagarinite-(Ce) (1993-038, IMA 10-C) 03.AB.35 ...
Sodium Arsenate
... Sodium arsenate is the inorganic compound with the formula NaH2AsO4.H2O ... Related salts are also called sodium arsenate, including Na2HAsO4 and Na3AsO4 ...
List Of Minerals C (complete) - C
... Y 1927) 06.AC.70 (IUPAC Dicalcium boron arsenate tetrahydroxyl) Calaverite (Y 1868) 02.EA.10 (IUPAC Gold ditelluride) Calciborite (Y 1956) 06.BC.10 (Ca(B2O4), ino-diborate ... Chernovite-(Y) (1967-027) 08.AD.35 (IUPAC Yttrium arsenate) Chernykhite (1972-006) 09.EC.15 (BaV3+2(Si2Al2)O10(OH)2) Chervetite (Y 1963) 08.FA.15 (IUPAC Dilead ...
List Of Minerals F–G (complete) - F
... IUPAC Iron(III) oxyhydroxyl) Ferrarisite (1979-020) 08.CJ.30 (IUPAC Pentacalcium di(hydrogen arsenate) diarsenate nonahydrate) Ferriallanite-(Ce) (2000-041 ...

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