Copper(I) cyanide (CuCN), also copper cyanide, cuprous cyanide, or cupricin is a white to cream colored or sometimes greenish powdery solid that is insoluble in water. Its chemical formula is CuCN.
Hydrogen cyanide (with the historical common name of Prussic acid) is a chemical compound with chemical formula HCN. Hydrogen cyanide is a colorless, extremely poisonous liquid that boils slightly above room temperature at 26 °C (78.8 °F).
POTASSIUM SILVER CYANIDE is light sensitive. Acids precipitate silver cyanide from its aqueous solution. Fusion with metal chlorates, perchlorates, nitrates or nitrites can cause violent explosions.
Silver cyanide is the chemical compound with the formula AgCN. This white solid forms upon treatment of solutions containing Ag+ with cyanide.
Sodium ferrocyanide, also known as tetrasodium hexacyanoferrate or sodium hexacyanoferrate (II), is a coordination compound of formula Na4Fe(CN)6 that forms semitransparent yellow crystals at room temperature and decomposes at its boiling point.
Zinc cyanide is the inorganic chemical compound with the formula Zn(CN)2. It adopts a polymeric structure consisting of tetrahedral zinc centers linked by bridging cyanide ligands. The structure can also be described as being two interpenetrating adamantane structures.