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==Ions==
* In stronglyhighly [[acid]]ic conditions it exists as [[arsenic acid]], H<sub>3</sub>AsO<sub>4</sub>;
* in weaklymoderately acidic conditions it exists as '''dihydrogen arsenate''' ion, {{chem|H|2|AsO|4|−}};
* in weaklymoderately basic conditions it exists as '''hydrogen arsenate''' ion {{chem|HAsO|4|2−}};
* and finally, in stronglyhighly basic conditions, it exists as the arsenate ion {{chem|AsO|4|3−}}.
 
== Arsenate poisoning ==