Definition of cyanic acid in English:
noun[mass noun] Chemistry
A colourless, poisonous, volatile, strongly acidic liquid.
- Ramberg has cast a sceptic's eye over the familiar story of how Wöhler's synthesis of urea from cyanic acid and ammonia in 1828 dispelled the notion of vitalism by creating an organic compound from inorganic components.
- These data are in accordance with those presented by Vitti et al., who reported reduction of 70% in cyanic acid in the raw leaves of cassava during the dehydration process.
- But esters of normal cyanic acid are not known.
Definition of cyanic acid in:
- US English dictionary