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kallen: Toxicology assessment of HCN Hydrogen is a colorless or pale blue liquid or a gas which has a faint bitter almond-like odor. This chemical is used basically in the production of substance such as adiponitrile, methyl, methacrylate, chelating...

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Toxicology assessment of HCN Hydrogen is a colorless or pale blue liquid or a gas which has a faint bitter almond-like odor. This chemical is used basically in the production of substance such as adiponitrile, methyl, methacrylate, chelating agents, cyanuric chloride, methionine and its hydroxylated analogues, and a sodium and potassium cyanide. Also Hydrogen cyanide is used as a fumigant in ships, railroad cars, large buildings, silos of grains and mils of flour and also in the peas fumigation and seeds in the vacuum chambers. Hydrogen cyanide is formed during the incomplete combustion of polymers containing polymers like some of the plastics, polyurethanes and wool. Hydrogen cyanide is also present in the smoke of cigarettes. Chemical properties of HCN Hydrogen cyanide (HCN) is a colorless or a pale blue liquid or a gas. It has a faint but bitter almond like odor. Some of the common synonyms are to this…

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