cyanogen bromide

cyanogen bromide
noun
: a colorless crystalline poisonous compound CNBr having a pungent irritating vapor and used in organic synthesis

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a colorless, slightly water-soluble, poisonous, volatile, crystalline solid, BrCN, used chiefly as a fumigant and a pesticide.

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