Arsenic and Cyanide in Water

Arsenic and Cyanide in Water

Arsenic and Cyanide are poisonous chemical materials. The key difference between arsenic and cyanide is that arsenic is a poisonous chemical element that occurs as a metalloid, whereas cyanide is a group of poisonous chemical compounds consisting of a cyanide functional group.

Arsenic in Water
Arsenic in Water
Cyanide in Water
Cyanide in Water

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