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A m . Chim. Phys., 1906, 523; through Chem. Zeit., 1906, xxx. [Rep.], 141.)-The method gives good results, provided that the authors' instructions ( A m . Chim. Phys., 1903, 242) are used with the modification that a length of 40 cm. of the tube is heated and that the tube has a bore of 2 mm. For quantities of 0.01 gram arsenic and more, the gas, after leaving the apparatus, is passed through a solution of silver nitrate, The arsenic mirror should be dissolved in sodium hypochlorite and not indoi:10.1039/an9063100243 fatcat:kfbis2sy5jghbei2fs47dh6wwu