bromobenzylcyanide


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bro·mo·ben·zyl·cy·an·ide (BBC),

(brō'mō-benz'il-sī'a-nīd),
A lacrimator used in tear gases in training and in riot control.

bro·mo·ben·zyl·cy·an·ide

(brō'mō-benz'il-sī'ă-nīd)
A riot-control agent used by Allied forces during World War I but now essentially obsolete; NATO code is CA.
See also: hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen chloride

bromobenzylcyanide

A toxic gas used as a riot control agent.