(4-Aminophenyl)arsonic acid; 4-Aminobenzenearsonic acid; 4-Aminophenylarsonsaeure; 4-Arsanilic acid; AS-101; AS-101 (VAN); Acide arsanilique [INN-French]; Acide p-arsanilique [French]; Acido arsanilico [INN-Spanish]; Acidum arsanilicum [INN-Latin]; Aminophenylarsine acid; Antoxylic acid; Arsanilic acid-100; Arsonic acid, (4-aminophenyl)-; Atoxylic acid; Benzenearsonic acid, p-amino-; Kyselina arsanilova [Czech]; Pro-Gen; Pro-Gen 227 premix; Progen 90; R-Sonic; p-Aminobenzenearsonic acid; p-Aminophenylarsine acid; p-Aminophenylarsonic acid; p-Anilinearsonic acid; p-Arsanilic acid; [ChemIDplus] UN3465
Arsenic Compounds, Organic
White solid; [Hawley] Powder; [MSDSonline]
Used to make medicinal arsenicals and grasshopper bait; Used in veterinary medicine to control coccidiosis, bloody enteritis, and toxic effects of selenium in cattle and swine; Also used as a antiprotozoan in animal feeds, a livestock growth promoter, and to improve feathering and egg production in chickens and turkeys. [HSDB]
An irritant; Toxic by inhalation or ingestion; Effects in high-dose animal studies include hepatitis; [MSDSonline] Not converted into inorganic arsenic in the body; [Nordberg, p. 590] See "Sodium arsanilate."
0.5 mg/m3, as As
1.88E+09 mm Hg
The Guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook is for "Organoarsenic compound, solid, n.o.s."
Hepatoxic (a) from occupational exposure (secondary effect) or (b) in animal studies or in humans after ingestion
Industrial Processes with risk of exposure: