cyanogen chloride


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cy·an·o·gen chlo·ride

CNCl; a highly volatile liquid; a systemic poison used as a warning agent in fumigation with hydrogen cyanide.

cy·an·o·gen chlo·ride

(si-an'ō-jen klōr'īd)
A highly toxic poison, CNCl2, which as a chemical-warfare agent, has been assigned the NATO code CK.