cyanogen chloride

noun
: a colorless very pungent poisonous low-boiling liquid compound CNCl obtained by the action of chlorine on hydrocyanic acid or a cyanide and polymerizing on storage to cyanuric chloride

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a colorless, volatile, poisonous liquid, CNCl, used chiefly in the synthesis of compounds containing the cyano group.

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