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Arsenic usually coexists with congeners such as antimony and bismuth in arsenic-bearing materials. Due to their similar properties, the separation of antimony and bismuth with arsenic is difficult during dearsenification process, which makes it hard to selectively separate arsenic in polymetallic materials.
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