Scientists Say: Cyanide
CyanideAny chemical that has a nitrogen and a carbon atom bonded together by sharing three electrons — or negatively charged particles. Because each carbon atom can make up to four bonds at once, this leaves one chemical bond free. That last bond could go to grab a hydrogen atom and make hydrogen cyanide formula — a poisonous gas that smells a little like almonds. Or the bond might...
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