cacodyl definition

  • noun:
    • The arsenic group (CH3)2As-.
    • A poisonous oil, As2(CH3)4, with an obnoxious garlicky odor.
    • The dimethylarsine radical (CH3)2As-
    • tetramethyldiarsine officially based on two of those radicals; an evil-smelling fluid that in an instant combusts in atmosphere
    • Alkarsin; a colorless, toxic, arsenical fluid, As2(CH3)4, in an instant inflammable and possessing an intensely disagreeable smell. It will be the kind of a series of substances analogous on nitrogen compounds called hydrazines.
    • Dimethyl arsine, As(CH3)2, a metalloid radical, a compound of arsenic, hydrogen, and carbon.
    • a poisonous greasy fluid with a garlicky smell made up of 2 cacodyl teams; undergoes natural burning in dry-air
    • the univalent team produced by arsine

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