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Hydrocyanic acid

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Hydrocyanic acid

HCN;a colourless, very toxic liquid, with the odour of bitter almonds, present in bitter almonds (amygdalin), the stones of peaches, plums and other fruits, and laurel leaves; inhalation of 300 p.p.m. Causes death.

Synonym: hydrogen cyanide, prussic acid.