Cyanide (disambiguation)

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Cyanide is a class of chemical compounds.

Cyanide may also refer to:

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Cyanide as poison[edit]

  • Cyanide fishing, an illegal form of fishing common in South East Asia, which usually uses the chemical compound sodium cyanide
  • Cyanide poisoning, a form of poisoning that occurs when a living organism is exposed to a compound that produces cyanide ions when dissolved in water

Other uses[edit]

  • Cyanide millipede, a millipede found in the moist forests along the Pacific coast of North America, from California to British Columbia and Alaska and South East Asia
  • Cyanide process, a metallurgical technique for extracting gold from low-grade ore by converting the gold to water-soluble aurocyanide metallic complex ions

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