Arsenic - Devin Berry DiNatale Arsenic In 1250 a man name...

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Devin Berry DiNatale Arsenic In 1250 a man name Albertus Magnus (1193-1280) was commonly known as Albert the Great. Albertus discovered the chemical element Arsenic which has a symbol of As. The name comes from the Greek word arsenikon, which means the yellow orpiment. Albetus Magnus wasn’t the first to one across Arsenic; he was just the first to discover arsenic isolate by itself. Alchemists first used arsenic. Magnus was an alchemist, which is how he discovered it. Alchemy dates back to 500 B.C. and is the practice of turning silver and other metals into gold. Arsenic being on the periodic table has an atomic number. Arsenic has an atomic number of 33, which means it also has 33 protons and 33 electrons. It has an atomic mass of 74.92160. Arsenic also has 42 neutrons. At 20 ° Celsius, Arsenic becomes a solid. When arsenic reaches 614 ° Celsius it will boil but it does not melt in water. It has a melting temperature of 817 ° Celsius. When heated, it goes from a solid state to a gaseous state. Its density
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course BIOL 150 taught by Professor Billetz during the Fall '07 term at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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