cyanogen bromide


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cyanogen bromide

[sī′an·ə·jən ′brō‚mīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CNBr White crystals melting at 52°C, vaporizing at 61.3°C, and having toxic fumes that affect nerve centers; used in the synthesis of organic compounds and as a fumigant.
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