Science

posted by .

What is Arsenic's natural state?

  • Science -

    Arsenic is a solid, but is rarely found in nature in its pure form because if forms oxides and sulfides easily.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Environment

    What is Arsenic pollution? I assume you are talking about higher than normal amounts of arsenic in air/water/etc. Arsenic need not be in the metal form (elemental form) to be toxic. Most, if not all, compounds of arsenic are toxic
  2. chem

    how is the oxide of arsenic worked out when its in its gas state please help im flumuxed Please clarify your question?
  3. science

    an oxide of arsenic = 0.927g 76% arsenic and 24% oxygen calculate the mass of oxygen that combines with one mole of arsenic atoms to form the oxide of arsenic. How many moles of oxygen atoms does this mass represent?
  4. chemistry

    what is the molecular formula of oxide of arsenic in its gaseous state (also I need to explain how this formula came about )?
  5. chemistry - electron configuration(check)

    is the below the correct electronic configuration for arsenic?
  6. chemistry

    A sample of water is analyzed and found to contain 18.6 ppb of arsenic. If a person were to drink 2.0 L of this water per day for 1.4 years, what is the maximum amount of arsenic they could accumulate in their body?
  7. Chemistry

    Arsenic acid has the formula H^3AsO^4. It is a triprotic acid. Abottle is marked 0.422 N arsenic acid. What is the Molarity of this solution?
  8. Science

    What natural objects can you find in and around your home?
  9. environmental engineering

    A water treatment plant produces water that has an arsenic concentration of 0.05 mg/L. a) if the average consumption of water is 8L of water each day,how much arsenic is each person drinking?
  10. Chemistry

    a solution of arsenic oxide containing 0.24g required 50cm^3 of acidified potassium manganate of solution of concentration 0.02M for complete oxidation. What is the oxidation state of arsenic in the product?

More Similar Questions