Cyanogen

CAS RN:460-19-5

Other Hazardous Reactions

Prolonged exposure to fire or heat may cause violent rupturing and rocketing of the cylinders.
Cyanogen (NC-CN) and cyanogen chloride (CNCl) are highly toxic gases that are soluble in water. At neutral pH, cyanogen undergoes a slow hydrolysis to form hydrogen cyanide, cyanic acid (HOCN), and other products.
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