- An orange-yellow material, created by the activity of chlorine or boiling dilute nitric acid and sulphocyanate of potassium; -- called also pseudosulphocyanogen, perthiocyanogen, and previously sulphocyanogen.
- A yellow amorphous powder, C3HN3S3, formed by oxidizing sulphocyanic acid with nitric acid, chlorin, or hydrogen peroxid. Also referred to as cyanoxysulphid, perthiocyanogen, pseudosulphocyanogen, and cyanogen sulphid. Probably identical using yellow dye canarin.
Variant for "persulphocyanogen"
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