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Toxic effects of HCN

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In less than a 125 words, with Hydrogen Cyanide

-How can we most likely be exposed to it
-How we can minimize our dose
-the most likely route of entry into the body and target organ
-A brief description of its toxic effect hide problem

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In less than a 125 words, with Hydrogen Cyanide

-How can we most likely be exposed to it
-How we can minimize our dose
-the most likely route of entry into the body and target organ
-A brief description of its toxic effect hide problem

Hydrogen cyanide is a product of certain kinds of pyrolysis and consequently it occurs in the exhaust of internal combustion engines, tobacco smoke, and certain plastics, especially those derived from acrylonitrile. HCN poisoning ...

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Hydrogen cyanide is a product of certain kinds of pyrolysis and consequently it occurs in the exhaust of internal combustion engines, tobacco smoke, and certain plastics. HCN poisoning is an increasingly common byproduct of fire smoke.

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