- blue: applied especially to a series of colors in flowers, including the blues and colors tending toward blue.
- Chemistry. containing or pertaining to the cyano group.
Origin of cyanic
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Cyanogen chloride, CNCl, may be regarded as the chloride of cyanic acid.
The type of the cyanic series is blue, and that of the xanthic series yellow.
By distillation this new substance is reconverted into cyanic acid.
A salt in which the hydrogen of cyanic acid is replaced by a metal or other basic radical.
A mixture of cyanic and cyanuric ethers passes over into the receiver.