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Related to azide: azine, alkyne, Lead azide, Sodium azide
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a chemical compound containing the azido group combined with an element or radical

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Sodium azide was obtained from the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Physical Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.
The samples were waterlogged with distilled water to give a 1 cm layer of water at the surface, and then either sodium azide (Na[N.
A broad endothermic peak was pragmatic up to 1000 [degrees]C in TGA, perhaps, due to the formation of ammonium azide during the decomposition of ammonium chloride and urea.
Moreover, an energetic copolyether-ester thermoplastic elastomer was prepared by using glycidyl azide polymer, a dihydroxyl terminated energetic polymer, as a macroinitiator for the polymerization of BMMPL or CMMPL.
The preclinical study, which looked at the safety of azide drug-loaded Emulsiphan nano emulsions, is the first step in a collaboration between Cornerstone and NCI to apply Cornerstone's drug delivery platform to a class of novel chemotherapy agents developed by Dr.
The EPA classifies sodium azide as an acutely toxic hazardous chemical, and its pathways to harm humans include the central nervous system, kidneys and cardiovascular system.
The EOD specialists said the package contained the highly explosive PETN and lead azide substances, used in bomb detonators.
The bomb also contained lead azide, which is used in detonators.
also as PETN, lead azide, an electric circle and a remote-control detonator,
Staff at the clinical immunology laboratories made their own way to A&E at the nearby Queen Elizabeth Hospital when they were evacuated because of the leak of hydrogen azide gas, shortly before noon on Tuesday.
Azide functional polymers have been synthesized by the reaction of bromine-end functional polymers obtained from ATRP with sodium azide (Na[N.
Kanamycin Aesculin Azide Agar offers selective isolation and enumeration of Enterococci while Kanamycin Aesculin Azide Broth is an enrichment and isolation medium for Enterococci.
Chapters address lab-scale and larger-scale synthesis of azide compounds; azides by olefin hydroazidation reactions; the chemistry of vinyl, allenyl, and ethynyl azides; small rings by azide chemistry; Schmidt rearrangement reactions with alkyl azides; radical chemistry with azides; cycloaddition reactions with azides; dipolar cycloaddition reactions in peptide chemistry; the azide/nitrene interface and the photochemistry of azides; organoazides and transition metals; azide-containing high energy materials; azide chemistry in rotaxane and catenane synthesis, aza-Wittig reaction in natural product synthesis; and azides in carbohydrate chemistry.
Sodium azide is a known potent mutagen although it fails to induce chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes (Arenaz and Nilan, 1981; Slamenova and Gabelova, 1980; Nilan et al.
In the present work, compound naphthaquinone diazide (2), which is required as starting material was obtained in an one-pot reaction by condensing dichloronaphthoquinone (1) with sodium azide in the presence of methanol.