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Key Facts PHYSICAL FACTS Density: 5.72 g/cm 3 Arsenic is a semi-metallic metalloid that has a grey or “semi-black” or yellow physical appearance. The element tarnishes in the air, and undergoes sublimation when heated. It appears in minerals as well as in gases like Arsine. Basically, arsenic is found all over the universe in space. On Earth, it is found abundantly in France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Siberia, and most of North America. It exists in history in Greece and China. ENVIRONMENT AND INDUSTRY Arsenic is found as a mineral in many places of the world and is combined
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