hydrocyanic

hydrocyanic

(ˌhaɪdrəʊsaɪˈænɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem of or relating to hydrocyanic acid
Translations

hydrocyanic

[ˌhaɪdrəsaɪˈænɪk] ADJ hydrocyanic acidácido m cianhídrico
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153) Similarly, the member firms of the international cyanide cartel first constrained trade in sodium cyanide, hydrogen cyanide, and hydrocyanic acid, among others, before moving to expand their cartel activities to other chemicals.
Nitrate/nitrite intoxication should be differentiated from intoxication caused by hydrocyanic acid (HCN), according to RIETALVARIZA (1993) and RADOSTITS et al.
Assistant Surgeon Carl Michel worked quickly; in one year, he studied the use of hydrocyanic gas for fumigation, conducted research on sprue, met his wife, had his first-born child, and saved enough swimmers from drowning in San Juan Bay and the waters off Parque Borinquen that he was decorated twice by the federal government.
The cassava wastewater, obtained from a flour factory, was collected after the processing of pressing the cassava mass and stored in water tanks for the period of 15 days to eliminate the hydrocyanic acid and stabilize the fermentations.
For estimation of hydrocyanic acid (HCN) production by Pseudomonas sp.
For food flavorings, the only class of compounds with usage restrictions by regulatory bodies to some of its constituents is the extraction solvent class, where the agaric acid, aloin, beta-azarone, berberine, coumarin, hydrocyanic acid, hypericin, pulegone, quassine, safrole and isosafrole, santonin and tuyona alpha and beta have maximum tolerable limits discriminated in documents (Brasil, 1999; Brasil, 2007).
The acrylonitrile effluent has a very complex composition, consisting not only of acrylonitrile, acetonitrile and hydrocyanic acid, but also of acrylamide, acrylic acid, and acrolein [4].
Many of the ingredients common to marijuana and tobacco smoke (including hydrocyanic acid, oxides of nitrogen, acrolein, reactive aldehydes and several known carcinogens) are known to be toxic to respiratory tissue.
Cyanogenic glucosides on hydrolysis will release hydrocyanic acid (HCN) which can cause goiter and cretinism in humans and animals due to iodine deficiency; however, HCN content is significantly reduced during fermentation of cassava dough.
government will now check all the parameters, ranging from naturally occurring toxins ( aflatoxin, agaric acid, hydrocyanic acid and hypericin) to metal contaminants like arsenic, mercury, tin, zinc, copper and cadmium,"a senior FSSAI official said.