Definitions for "Cyanide"
A compound formed by the union of cyanogen with an element or radical.
Chemical used in silver plating bath solution and properly labeled as hazardous material
(2) a salt or ester (compound formed by the reaction of an acid and an alcohol) of hydrocyanic acid. In aqueous solution, cyanide is used to dissolve metal from gangue material for later recovery; typically used for extracting gold or silver from ore.
Total cyanide is the sum of all different forms of cyanide present. It is considered a toxicologically meaningless measure. WAD (Weak Acid Dissociable) cyanide is a cyanide complex, which in the presence of weak acid will release free cyanide. It is considered the best measure of biological toxicity. Free cyanide is the sum of all cyanide ions in solution.
A powerful poison that is toxic to humans and aquatic life. Measured in mg/L or ppm. The MCL for cyanideA is 0.2 mg/L or ppm.
Cyanide is toxic and is not present in water sources. It is not found in drinking water. 50 µg/l
Gas which extremists believe was used on the Branch Davidians at Waco.
At room temperature, hydrogen cyanide is a colorless liquid that evaporates quickly to form a gas, with an odor of bitter almonds. Predominately absorbed through inhalation, it can also be taken up through the skin. Hydrogen cyanide is difficult to use in warfare because it is highly volatile and non-persistent.
A graphical isometric multiplayer virtual reality server in MUD-style. Rooms and server code can be changed online. At the moment, there is also an IRC link. Clients are available in Java and Python/C.
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Lesion T1 - T7
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