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azide

[′ā‚zīd]
(organic chemistry)
One of several types of compounds containing the ‒N3 group and derived from hydrazoic acid, HN3.
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Because the azides and alkynes are so reactive when copper is around, large groups of both types of molecules can be combined, allowing bonding to form molecule libraries that can then be run through these disease tests.
The answer would be found in a fascinating chemical called sodium azide, [NaN.
Some reasons that airbag companies should be seriously looking for alternatives to sodium azide include the lethal threat to anyone exposed to sodium azide in the presence of moisture, which your story addressed quite well; the compound's explosive nature; and compatibility issues concerning the use of azides.
Surface modifiers include titanates, suffonyl azide, ester-based wetting agents, and proprietary coatings.
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He covers carbon, dicarbon, and tricarbon cumulenes before looking beyond carbon to azides, triazaallenium salts, sulfur oxides, sulfur nitrides, and cationic boron.