cyanogen


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a colorless toxic gas with a pungent almond odor

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In addition, to expand the availability of the MOD platform, Cyanogen is announcing a new partner program called MOD Ready (TM) to accelerate development time of new devices and services.
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Cyanogen is a colorless and odorless gas that smells bitter almond, which is used in wars.
Global Banking News-April 2, 2015--Santander to join consortium to fund Cyanogen
In-vitro enzymatic degradation was performed using 1% cyanogen bromide, papain and pepsin enzymes solution.
Resorcinol and cyanogen bromide were purchased from Spectrochem, India, and used as received unless it is stated.
Two of these compounds, including trichloramine (NCl3) and cyanogen chloride (CNCl), are ubiquitous in swimming pools.
The new cyanogen compound decomposition technology is able to detoxify waste liquid and recover trace amounts of precious metals at low cost - waste liquid generated in the plating process for semiconductors, etc.
There are four new Go launcher themes and those are - Cool Blue Theme, Best Black Theme, Cyanogen and Cyanogen Pink theme, all of which are free to download.
To further narrow the adduction site, we created several methionine substitution mutants across TMs 1 and 6 to generate custom cyanogen bromide cleavage sites.
Insoluble ferrocyanide also releases toxic cyanogen gas in a reducing atmosphere.
Analysis of crosslinking was conducted by pepsin solubility and cyanogen bromide digestion.
In long exposure pictures Lulin appeared noticeably green in colour, caused by cyanogen (CN: a poisonous gas found in many comets) and diatomic carbon ([C.