lead cyanide

lead cyanide

[′led ′sī·ə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Pb(CN)2 Poisonous white to yellow powder; slightly soluble in water, decomposed by acids; used in metallurgy.
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Grandmother Christine, who comes from Hednesford but lives in Huntington, Cannock, is now personally accredited as what is known as a lead cyanide auditor by the International Cyanide Management Institute (ICMI).
Eventually I decided I'd like to be a lead cyanide auditor.
Dr Broadbent added: "As a firm we saw it as a business opportunity as there are very few people in the world qualified as lead cyanide auditors and Christine saw it as further developing her career.
A WOMAN from the West Midlands has become one of less than 100 people in the world to be accredited as a lead cyanide auditor.
She has just become one of only a handful of people in the UK - and less than 100 in the world - to be personally accredited as a lead cyanide auditor by the International Cyanide Management Institute (ICMI).