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Whether you draw your water from a private well or get your water from a municipal source, the possibility of arsenic contamination exists in both worlds. The map on the right, taken from the United States Geological Survey, gives a pretty good idea of just how widespread arsenic contamination in drinking water has become.

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Wikipedia describes arsenic as "the chemical element that has the symbol As, atomic number 33 and atomic mass 74.92. Arsenic was first documented by Albertus Magnus in 1250.[4] Arsenic is a notoriously poisonous metalloid with many allotropic forms, including a yellow (molecular non-metallic) and several black and grey forms (metalloids). Three metalloidal forms of arsenic, each with a different crystal structure, are found free in nature (the minerals arsenic sensu stricto and the much rarer arsenolamprite and pararsenolamprite). However, it is more commonly found as arsenide and in arsenate compounds, several hundred of which are known. Arsenic and its compounds are used as pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and in various alloys."


 

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