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Number: 424/627
Name: Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions > Inorganic active ingredient containing > Heavy metal or compound thereof > Arsenic > Lead compound of arsenic
Description: Compositions which contain arsenic chemically combined with lead; e.g., elad arsenate, lead arsenite, etc.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6939566 Microbicidal formulations and methods to control microorganisms Sep. 6, 2005
6861075 Biocidal compositions comprising an aerated gel containing hydrophobic silica Mar. 1, 2005
6242009 Microbicidal formulations and methods to control microorganisms Jun. 5, 2001
5709890 Polyaspartic acid and its analogues in combination with insecticides Jan. 20, 1998











 
 
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