diazonium


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diazonium

[‚dī·ə′zō·nē·əm]
(organic chemistry)
The grouping =N≡N.
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Here, chemists and related scientists begin to fill that gap by exploring such aspects as attaching organic layers to material surfaces by reducing diazonium salts, analytical methods for characterizing aryl layers, electrografting conductive oligomers and polymers, electronic properties of silicon surfaces modified by aryl diazonium compounds, and various electrochemical strategies for grafting electronic functional molecules to silicon.
The formed aromatic diazonium chloride was added drop wisely with shaking to a solution in ethanol of equimolar amount of compound (1) (0.
In another process at least one diazonium salt reacts with a carbon black in a protic reaction medium.
Synthesis of N-phenoxyheterocycles involves the reaction of the aromatic N-oxide with a diazonium salt.
We used a napthol AS-MX phosphate-stabilized diazonium salt for demonstrating alkaline phosphatase activity (fast blue BB) and acid phosphatase activity (fast red violet LB).
22) In order to achieve chemical bonding, chemically reactive forms of bonding components, such as alkylating agents, diazonium salts, anhydrides and acylatnig agents are used.
Then, to link each type of chemical group to the nanotubes, they bathed the bucky paper in a solution containing a different aryl diazonium salt.
Nitrite in the urine is produced by the action of bacterial nitrate reductase on dietary nitrate and can be detected by its action on an amine impregnated pad on a urine dipstick to form a diazonium compound resulting in a pink colour reaction (Ames Multistix 8SG, Bayer Diagnostics) [27].
At the acid pH of the reagent area, nitrite in the urine reacts with [rho]-arsanilic acid to form a diazonium compound.
The diazonium compound (b) was treated with salicylaldehyde to give the azo compound (c) (scheme 1) which was purified by recrystallization from absolute ethanol.
The first step in the synthesis of azo dyes is the conversion of amine compounds into diazonium salts.
The resulting reddish brown solution is benzene diazonium chloride.