What is the purpose of calcium cyanide?
Add an acid and it will release cyanide gas.
i believe my calculations with amnothisewis can card your difficulty with thinking up a scietific answer..... none but electrons!!!!1 Calcuim Carbonate CaCO3 Calcuim Sulphate CaSO4 Calcium Oxide CaO Calcium Fluride CaF2 Calcium Chloride CaCl2 Calcium Bromide CaBr2 Calcium Iodide CaI2 Calcium Cyanide CaCN And plenty more just connect Calcium with any negetive ion you can think off. Remember Calcium has a valance of +2
Calcium is an important mineral that the human body needs; it is present in bones and has a number of other functions as well. However, calcium comes in a variety of forms, not all of which are equally beneficial to the body. Metallic calcium would react with water to form calcium hydroxide, a powerful base with a very high pH which can dissolve flesh. Even then, I would not describe calcium hydroxide as poisonous so…
Cyanide binds with at least one molecule involved in producing ATP If a cell is exposed to cyanide most of the cyanide would be found within the?
Cyanide Answer Technically, CN- (Cyanide) is not a compound, it is an ion. When referred to as an ion, Cyanide is generally written as CN-, with the elevated minus sign indicating it is a negatively charged anion. Potassium Cyanide (KCN) and Sodium Cyanide (NaCN) are the two most common forms of Cyanide.
Cyanide is very poisonous. Cyanide is sold in a variety of forms such as granules, powder, paste or encapsulated cyanide pellet.This depends on the nature of the cyanide and its intended use. For example sodium cyanide used in manufacturing jewellery is a white powder. Cyanide in paste form used for pest control looks like a gel or paste. And yes cyanide is used in cigarettes, but the addicting substance is nicotine. The lethal dose of…