Definición de cyanogen en inglés:

cyanogen

Silabificación: cy·a·no·gen
Pronunciación: /sīˈanəjən
 
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sustantivo

Chemistry
  • A colorless, flammable, highly poisonous gas made by oxidizing hydrogen cyanide. One of the pseudohalogens, cyanogen is an intermediate in fertilizer manufacture.
    • Chemical formula: C2N2
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The spectra that are observed indicate that small molecules, such as cyanide, methane, and cyanogen, can assemble in outer space.
    • Cytosine can be formed by reacting cyanoacetylene with cyanate, cyanogen or urea, and uracil can be produced by the hydrolysis of cytosine.
    • Years earlier scientists had detected cyanogen, a poisonous gas, in the tail of a comet.

Origen

early 19th century: from French cyanogène, from Greek kuanos 'dark blue mineral' + -gène (see -gen), so named because it is a constituent of Prussian blue.

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