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Potassium cyanide is a compound with the formula KCN. This colorless crystalline salt, similar in appearance to sugar, is highly soluble in water. … Potassium cyanide is highly toxic. The moist solid emits small amounts of hydrogen cyanide due to hydrolysis, which smells like bitter almonds.

Brief description

Cyanide salts, such as sodium cyanide or potassium cyanide, are used in industry for printing, dyeing, photography, metal cleaning and manufacturing.

 

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Buy Potassium Cyanide Lab

Buy Potassium Cyanide Lab, Potassium cyanide is a compound with the formula KCN. This colorless crystalline salt, similar in appearance to sugar, is highly soluble in water.

The moist solid emits small amounts of hydrogen cyanide due to hydrolysis, which smells like bitter almonds.

They may be ingested or inhaled accidentally or deliberately. They also may form explosive mixtures.

Identifying characteristics

Cyanide salts usually exist as white solids. They may smell to some of bitter almonds, although the ability to detect the odour is genetically determined.

Onset

Inhalation results in rapid poisoning. Absorption by ingestion may be rapid but can be delayed by the presence of food in the stomach.

Initial management

Initial management must concentrate upon basic life support measures and decontamination in order to remove the agent and prevent additional exposure.

Oxygen should be administered as soon as possible and airway maintenance with manual or mechanical ventilation may be necessary to support respiratory failure

In mild poisoning, all that may be required is oxygen, observation and reassurance

Specific treatment

The specific antidotes are potentially dangerous in the absence of cyanide poisoning and, even when cyanide toxicity is confirmed, should only be given in cases of moderate to severe poisoning. Potential antidotes are listed below.

Persistency

Solid cyanide compounds will persist until decontamination measures are carried out. All cyanide compounds are slowly inactivated in water. Ingested salts will react with gastric acid to produce hydrogen cyanide gas even after death.

Recovery

Cyanides are rapidly metabolised in the body and recovery is possible if continued exposure is ceased. Long-term effects of acute exposure may lead to intellectual deficit, unsteady gaitParkinsonismdeafness and post-traumatic stress disorder , You can get more products here

Further information

Blood samples with cyanide poisoning will demonstrate elevated cyanide, lactic acid and venous oxygen levels (‘arterialisation’ of samples).