sodium thiocyanate


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sodium thiocyanate

[′sōd·ē·əm ‚thī·ə′sī·ə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaSCN A poisonous, water- and alcohol-soluble, deliquescent, white powder; melts at 287°C; used as an analytical reagent, solvent, and chemical intermediate, and for rubber treatment and textile dyeing and printing. Also known as sodium sulfocyanate.
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The injections of 1 ml of tritiated water (2,500 [micro]ci per animal), 20 ml of sodium thiocyanate solution (10 g/100 ml normal saline) and 20 ml of Evans blue dye (T-1824) (0.
The concentration of sodium thiocyanate in plasma was performed by the method of Medway and Kare (1959) for estimation of ECF volume.
Furthermore, Dr Chari showed unequivocally that the urine of the victims contained sodium thiocyanate, an excretory byproduct of cyanide.
The LP-system was activated by adding 10 ppm sodium thiocyanate and 8.
Activation of the LP-system was done by first of all pouring sodium thiocyanate (10 ppm) solution (supplied as such by distributors), followed by mixing for 30 seconds and then adding sodium percarbonate (8.
Acrylic polymers are only dissolved in a few polar solvents, which are often non-green solvents such as dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO), dimethylacetamide (DMAc), dimethyl formaide, and sodium thiocyanate (NaSCN)/[H.
Sodium thiocyanate or potassium thiocyanate was added, and the mix was blended again.
Sodium sulfate, sodium chloride and sodium bromide are kosmotropes (water-structure makers) and sodium thiocyanate is a chaotrope (water-structure breaker) (16).
25 M sodium sulfate, sodium chloride, and sodium thiocyanate on the % DR of IPAM-100 and IPAM-40 are shown in Fig.