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Synonyms for sodium

a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group

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6] erythrocytes/mL of healthy volunteers, which were diluted and treated with a strong oxidizer, nitrite peroxide (ozone reaction, ~5% oxygen with sodium azide in water 0.
Some of their reactions by the treatment of 2-arylamino-3-chloro-l,4- naphthoquinones with sodium azide (NaN3) in dimethylformamide (DMF) at elevated temperature gave only 2-(arylamino)-3-amino-1,4- naphthoquinones and none of the heterocyclic quinones [34].
49) However, supplemental selenium attenuates or prevents the inhibition of testosterone synthesis caused by exposure to several oxidants, including cadmium, sodium azide, or di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate.
It was noted that the height of plantlet decreased with an increase in concentration of sodium azide In explants treated with 0.
The present study is aimed at investigating the alkylating efficiency of sodium azide of different concentrations on fruit yield, nut size and nutritional quality of groundnut seeds of two varieties grown for commercial purposes in Nigeria.
Compared to other inhibitors, sodium azide has been shown to interfere least with purely chemical Mn reactions (Rosson et al.
002% sodium azide, and stored at -20[degrees]C until antibody analysis.
Contamination of solutions—Presence of contaminants, such as sodium azide and peroxidise can affect the substrate reaction.
Moreover, PQQ protected cells from mitochondrial inhibition by rotenone, 3-nitropropionic acid, antimycin A, and sodium azide.
After aromatization and complexation, the respective meso-substituted BODIPY was obtained, yielding an azido-BODIPY after reaction with sodium azide [51, 52] (Figure 26).
Sodium azide (336 kg/ha drip applied followed with either a water cap or tarp), metam sodium (124 kg/ha applied with microspray sprinklers) and chloropicrin alone (448 kg/ha drip applied) were less effective.
Sodium azide (a carcinogenic explosive in its natural state, since abandoned) became the first fast-acting propellant, and the combination made it possible to detect a crash and deploy an airbag within the 30 milliseconds needed for it to be effective.
For example, GAP obtained by treating polyepichlorohydrin with sodium azide has been found to be very promising as an alternate binder in solid propellants.
However, no inhibition was found when thiourea and sodium azide were used.