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cyanogen

cyanogen (sĪănˈəjən) [key], NCCN, colorless, flammable, extremely poisonous gas with a characteristic odor somewhat like that of hydrogen cyanide. It melts at - 35°C, boils at - 21°C, and is soluble in water, ethanol, or ether. It is chemically very active.

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