Definition of Cyanid

1. a compound of cyanogen [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyanid

cyanamids
cyanate
cyanate permease
cyanated
cyanates
cyanation
cyanations
cyanato
cyanatos
cyanaurate
cyanaurates
cyanean
cyanic
cyanic acid
cyanic acids
cyanid (current term)
cyanidase
cyanidation
cyanidations
cyanide
cyanide-nitroprusside test
cyanide dihydratase
cyanide group
cyanide hydratase
cyanide methemoglobin
cyanide poisoning
cyanide process
cyanide radical
cyanided
cyanidenon

Literary usage of Cyanid

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1. First principles of chemistry for the use of colleges and schools: For the by Benjamin Silliman (1861)
"Salts of palladium decompose even the cyanid of mercury, and form an insoluble precipitate of cyanid of palladium. The other cyanids are obtained by double ..."

2. The Journal of Analytical and Applied Chemistry edited by Edward Hart (1892)
"SODIUM cyanid AS A COMPONENT OF POTASSIUM cyanid. BY THOS. B. STILLMAN. The valuation of potassium cyanid, for commercial purposes, is dependent upon the ..."

3. Text-book of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology by John James Reese (1903)
"Hydrocyanic Acid (Hydrogen cyanid, Prussic Acid) is one of the most energetic and ... Hydrogen cyanid does not preexist in • these vegetable substances, ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"As electrolytically dissociated, the nickel is a positive ion, and the double salt is at once broken up by acids with the precipitation of nickel cyanid. ..."

5. Applied Entomology; an Introductory Text-book of Insects in Their Relations by Henry Torsey Fernald (1921)
"It is produced by the addition of sodium or potassium cyanid to sulf uric acid ... Formerly, potassium cyanid was used almost entirely but now the sodium ..."

6. Preventive Medicine and Hygiene by Milton Joseph Rosenau, George Chandler Whipple, John William Trask, Thomas William Salmon (1921)
"The Public Health Service standards in this respect are as follows: For destruction of mosquitoes: One-half ounce of sodium cyanid per thousand cubic feet ..."

7. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"The effect on metals is probably produced by a minute film of cyanid, and its mechanism is therefore probably not analogous to that on organic ferments. ..."

8. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1904)
"Owing to the many impurities contained in the commercial cyanid, not all the substances are useful in the reaction, more so when the carbonic acid of the ..."

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