azide


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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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Chemical treatment: Sodium azide (NaN3) of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 mM concentrations were freshly prepared in different beakers.
Data were analysed by analysis of variance using GENSTAT, with drainage time and azide treatment as factors.
In this report, a novel energetic copolymer of polyglyci-dylazide-b-poly(azidoethyl methacrylate) (GAP-b-PAEMA) was synthesized via ATRP polymerization of chloroethyl methacrylate (CEMA) using bromine-terminated polyepi-chlorohydrin (PECH-Br) as macroinitiator, followed by the substitution of the chlorine atoms by azide groups.
As reported in Chemical Week, some manufacturers including Mercedes Benz have taken special steps because sodium azide is highly explosive.
A university spokesman said a member of staff had dropped a 200ml bottle containing a weak solution of sodium azide, commonly used as an anti-bacterial agent.
Sodium azide mutagenesis in mammals: inability of mammalian cells to convert azide to a mutagenic intermediate.
The attack of the second nitrogen atom on the first nitrogen of the adjacent azide with displacement of [N.
Recently, however, the reliability of results concerning CRP obtained in vitro has been questioned because commercial CRP preparations contain the biologically active bacteriostatic preservative sodium azide (6-9).
Groupe Novasep is involved as a custom manufacturer in the production of the sensitive Azide intermediate in one of its affiliates: Dynamit Nobel GmbH ES.
advised that tusk samples be preserved in an extremely dilute solution of sodium azide.