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Synonyms for cyanide

any of a class of organic compounds containing the cyano radical -CN

an extremely poisonous salt of hydrocyanic acid

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Buckley, "Life-threatening interaction between complementary medicines: Cyanide toxicity following ingestion of amygdalin and vitamin C," Annals of Pharmacotherapy, vol.
The judge said that, "even allowing for changes in taste, fashion and developing individual perception", "Cyanide" was a very odd name to give to a baby girl.
Unripe fruits liberated cyanide after damage, whereas seeds in these fruits did not (Fig.
It is well known that cyanide and its derivatives are metabolic inhibitors (Solomonson and Spehar, 1981).
An extra 27 sites to monitor water quality have also been set up to detect cyanide.
Tianjin bureau of environmental protection chief engineer Bao Jingling said no cyanide had been detected in rain samples collected 7 kilometers from the blast site, which is a populated area.
The branched carbon structure of isopropyl cyanide is a common feature in molecules that are needed for life -- such as amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins.
The alleged crimes--which include storing cyanide and other toxic substances in an unpermitted, 6,900-gallon tank at the Richmond site--occurred over a two-year period beginning in March 2011, according to a criminal complaint filed by the Contra Costa County district attorney's office.
The partners will build the sodium cyanide facility to cater to mining players amid a sound growth of the Mexican economy and the mining sector in particular, Grupo Idesa notes.Country: MexicoSector: ChemicalsType: JVStatus: Talks
"Why in the world do you need cyanide?" the pharmacist asked.
OI Analytical's CNSolution 3100 Cyanide Analyzer performs ASTM D 7511-09e2, automating total cyanide analysis and providing throughput of 30 samples/hr.
The deleterious effects of cyanide, even at low concentrations have been widely reported [1, 2].
Forensic scientist Wang Xuemei said there was little evidence Heywood died from cyanide poisoning.