barium azide

barium azide

[′bar·ē·əm ′ā‚zīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ba(N3)2 A crystalline compound soluble in water; used in high explosives.
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The team has developed two methods for filling and sealing the micromachined cells: chemical reaction between barium azide and cesium chloride in an ultrahigh vacuum system followed by anodic bonding of the silicon chip to a glass window in a nitrogen buffer gas ambient, and direct injection of liquid Cs in an anaerobic chamber followed by anodic bonding to a glass window in a nitrogen buffer gas ambient.