Make Potassium Cyanide?

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Potassium Cyanide is made by mixing the salt of potassium and hydrogen cyanide. It is a colourless compound with smell of almonds, akin in appearance to sugar and is highly soluble in water. It is also a highly toxic substance and one of the few substances that form soluble compounds with gold.
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Symbol KCN? Because of the presence of the CN- and the high reactivity of K+ it is in my option that it would be HIGHLY poisonous. I would not in any way suggest ingestion.but hey
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n. An extremely poisonous white compound, KCN, used in the extraction of gold and silver from ores, in electroplating, and in photography, and as a fumigant and insecticide.
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Both potassium and sodium cyanide react with water and CO2 to produce hydrogen cyanide gas. Sodium cyanide is somewhat more reactive; contact with nitrates, peroxides, chlorates,
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The vast majority of KCN is used in gold mining followed by use in organic synthesis. Have
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