Definition of Cyanising

1. cyanise [v] - See also: cyanise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyanising

cyanides
cyaniding
cyanidiophyte
cyanidiophytes
cyanidol
cyanids
cyanin
cyanine
cyanine dye
cyanine green G base
cyanines
cyanins
cyanise
cyanised
cyanises
cyanising (current term)
cyanite
cyanites
cyanitic
cyanize
cyanized
cyanizes
cyanizing
cyanmethemoglobin
cyano
cyano-
cyano group
cyano radical
cyanoacetate
cyanoacetates

Literary usage of Cyanising

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1. The California Culturist: A Journal of Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanism (1860)
"... in ship-building, and that they have a way of forcing it into the trees in the forest as soon as cut, ejecting the sap and cyanising it all on the spot. ..."

2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"... when heated in a current of steam, will decompose, leaving a deposit of the oxide, which, in the cyanising process, will be reduced to metal. ..."

3. The Entomologist; an Illustrated Journal of General Entomology by Edward Newman, Royal Entomological Society of London (1882)
"... once clearly demonstrated that either the use of glacial carbolic acid, or cyanising insects which happened to have white upon them, must be abandoned. ..."

4. Dictionary of Railway Terms in Spanish-English & English-Spanish by Andrés José Ricardo Victor García (1912)
"... wire-cutter Tenazas de corte, corta-alambre — or switching the dynamo out of circuit Puesta fuera circuito de la dínamo cyanising, impregnation with ..."

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