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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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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].
A constant drawback of the azide methemoglobin method is the susceptibility of the reagent to humidity, especially in challenging climate conditions.
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.
For their new test, the researchers exposed the sample to a precursor molecule of this saccharide with an additional azide group (-N3) tacked on.
The comprehensive silicon compound handbook contains information on silanes for coupling agent applications with new functional and non-functional dipodal structures, silanes for hydrophilic surface treatment with a greater range of PEG substitution, new silanes for cross-coupling applications in organic synthesis, silanes and silicones for "click chemistry," including new azide and acetylene functional silanes, volatile carbosilane and oligosilanes for semiconductor applications, symmetric and dual functional macromers for biomaterials and microfluidics, liquid silsesquioxane t-resins for high temperature coatings, and silanes and silicones with high refractive index (RI) and chromogenic properties.
3] reacted with the nitrogen to form ammonium azide (~1/3 of the product), which precluded further nitridation even if ammonium azide is one of the nitrogen agents.
For serum stored in the presence of sodium azide the results from different methods are essentially equivalent.
Moreover, PQQ protected cells from mitochondrial inhibition by rotenone, 3-nitropropionic acid, antimycin A, and sodium azide.
org/wiki/TATB) triaminotrinitrobenzene (TATB) , lead azide and calcium silicide among the energetic materials that had either one or no domestic producers.
Currently, several azide and alkyne tags are available for protein modification for their labeling with click chemistry-based conjugation.
The CuAAC click reaction between an azide and alkyne takes place in presence of a Cu (I) catalyst under mild conditions resulting in the formation of a triazole link connecting two molecules.