cyanamide


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cy·an·a·mide

(sī-an'i-mīd),
An irritating and caustic water-soluble substance, H2NCN or HN=C=NH; often used in reference to calcium cyanamide.

cyanamide

in the form of calcium cyanamide, a fertilizer and may cause cyanide poisoning.
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Another form of activated oxygen may be present within peroxycarboximidic acid, which is thought to be an intermediate in the interaction of cyanamide with peroxide, proposed as a peroxide activator for the bleaching of sulfite pulps.
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Under pressure, it degrades at temperatures exceeding 610[degrees]C ([sim]1130[degrees]F) to form cyanamide.
There were two weeks of wild celebrations in the town, and they used the money left over to go after Ciba Geigy and Tuck Tape, American Cyanamide and Standard Brand, and the government agencies that then and today are the biggest polluters on the Hudson.
The marker gene that Weeks and colleagues are testing enables plants to tolerate a chemical called cyanamide.
A previous experiment reported that 3-aminorpopyl guanidine (APG) was prepared from the coupling reaction between cyanamide and 1,3-diamino propane.
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