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Definition of Dicyanide

Dicyanide
Dicyanide Di*cy"a*nide, n. [Pref. di- + cyanogen.] (Chem.) A compound of a binary type containing two cyanogen groups or radicals; -- called also bicyanide.

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- Cyanogen is the chemical compound with the formula (CN)2. It is a colorless, toxic gas with a pungent odor. The molecule is a pseudohalogen. Cyanogen molecules...
- Dimethylamidophosphoric dicyanide is an important chemical for the final process of synthesizing Tabun, a nerve agent used as a chemical weapon. Dimethylamidophosphoric...
- Succinonitrile, also butanedinitrile, is a nitrile, with the formula of C2H4(CN)2. It is a colorless solid that melts at 57 °C, hence its waxy consistency...
- Zinc cyanide is the inorganic compound with the formula Zn(CN)2. It is a white solid that is used mainly for electroplating zinc but also has more specialized...
- cyanides are chemical species with the empirical formula Pd(CN)n(2-n)−. The dicyanide (n = 2, CAS: [2035-66-7]) is a coordination polymer and was the first...
- acid dinitrile Nitrile adipico Tetramethylene cyanide Tetramethylene dicyanide Identifiers CAS Number 111-69-3 Y 3D model (JSmol) Interactive image Beilstein...
- Other names mercuric cyanide; cyanomercury; mercury cyanide; mercury dicyanide; hydrargyri cyanidum Identifiers CAS Number 592-04-1 Y 3D model (JSmol)...
- dry chlorobenzene, yielding the intermediate dimethylamidophosphoric dicyanide (not depicted in the scheme) and sodium chloride (8); then, absolute ethanol...
- cristobalite, a polymorphs of SiO2. This structural similarity of cadmium dicyanide and cristobalite was foundational in the development of mineralomimetic...
- [M(CN)4]2− (M = Ni, Pd, Pt), which are square planar in their geometry; the dicyanides [M(CN)2]− (M = Cu, Ag, Au), which are linear in geometry. Among the most...
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