Definition of Cyanids
1. cyanid [n] - See also: cyanid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyanids
Literary usage of Cyanids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. First Principles of Chemistry: For the Use of Colleges and Schools by Benjamin Silliman (1850)
"The other polymeric cyanids have been little studied. The cyanid of silver is readily soluble in cyanid of potassium, and the solution affords tabular ..."
2. Lessons in Qualitative and Volumetric Chemical Analysis: For the Use of by Charles O. Curtman, Friedrich Konrad Beilstein (1894)
"120, Of the simple cyanids only those of the alkalies and Hg(CN)2 are soluble ... All cyanids, not even excepting AgCN, when heated with concentrated HCl, ..."
3. Chemical Experiments, General and Analytical: For Use with Any Text-book of by Rufus Phillips Williams (1895)
"Use great care in experimenting with cyanids, as they are very poisonous. ... The ppd. cyanids are often sol. in excess of the cyanids, forming double salts ..."
4. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"... cyanids, except that they are less convulsive (L. Hermann). Cyanogen Chlorid produces cachexia on long continued exposure (CI Reed and Marshall, 1918). ..."
5. The Occupational Diseases: Their Causation, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention by William Gilman Thompson (1914)
"HYDROCYANIC ACID, POTASSIUM AND OTHER cyanids Photographers may inhale hydrocyanic or prussic acid fumes derived from decomposition of cyanids. ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"From each, the corresponding acid can be obtained in a free state, and is a strong acid. Of the remaining metals, the double cyanids of ..."