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Encyclopedia > Benzonitrile

Benzonitrile, also called cyanobenzene or phenyl cyanide, is an aromatic organic compound with chemical formula C6H5CN and molecular mass 103.1.


Benzonitrile is a colorless liquid and an eye and skin irritant.


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Reduced Biodegradation of Benzonitrile in Soil Containing Wheat-Residue-Derived Ash -- Zhang et al. 33 (3): 868 -- ... (314 words)
Reduced Biodegradation of Benzonitrile in Soil Containing Wheat-Residue-Derived Ash -- Zhang et al.
of benzonitrile by the ash, slow desorption from the ash, and
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