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Arsenic Moniodide, AsI

Arsenic Moniodide (?), AsI, was described as a chocolate-brown substance resulting from the action of an excess of arsine on an alcoholic solution of iodine, and Schiff claimed to have obtained it by the addition of boiling alcohol to arsenic trianilino-triiodide. The identity of these products has not been confirmed.

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