cyanic acid definition

  • noun:
    • A poisonous, unstable, highly volatile natural acid, HOCN, always prepare cyanates.
    • An unstable, highly volatile, toxic acid, HOCN, accustomed preapre cyanates; hydrolyzes in water to provide ammonia and co2
    • a colorless poisonous volatile liquid acid that hydrolyzes readily to ammonia and carbon-dioxide
    • A poisonous, unstable, extremely volatile natural acid, HOCN, used to prepare cyanates.
    • An unstable, extremely volatile, toxic acid, HOCN, regularly preapre cyanates; hydrolyzes in water to give ammonia and carbon dioxide
    • a colorless toxic volatile fluid acid that hydrolyzes easily to ammonia and skin tightening and
  • adjective:
    • an acid, HOCN, derived from cyanogen, well known with its salts, but never ever separated in free condition.
    • an acid, HOCN, derived from cyanogen, popular with its salts, but never ever separated in the free condition.

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