hydrazine hydrate

hydrazine hydrate

[′hī·drə‚zēn ′hī‚drāt]
(organic chemistry)
H2NNH2OH2O A colorless, fuming liquid that boils at 119.4°C; used as a component in jet fuels and as an intermediate in organic synthesis.
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9-Oxo-9,10-dihydro-4-acridine carbohydra-zides were synthesized by the reaction of 9-acridone-4-carboxylate (1 mmol) with hydrazine hydrate in ethanol.
When officers searched Kemp's car, they discovered six pieces of paper which, after being reconstructed, spelt hydrazine hydrate - a key ingredient in the manufacture of LSD.
Treatment of compound 1 with hydrazine hydrate or phenyl hydrazine in absolute ethanol afforded indazole derivatives 2a-b in a one-pot reaction.
To this resulting clear solution, aqueous solution (50 mL) of hydrazine hydrate (2.
2] suspensions were prepared by feeding in hydrazine hydrate ([N.
The 4x4 was impounded, during which time police discovered traces of hydrazine hydrate - a chemical involved in the production of LSD.
Further, the company has sold its 55% stake in the hydrazine hydrate joint venture Lanxess Yaxing (Weifang) Chemicals Company Ltd.
But a mixture of hydrazine hydrate and methanol was injected into the hot exhaust.
Only a few references are available regarding either the formation of ketazines or for the production of hydrazine hydrate through ketazine route, mainly using hydrogen peroxide including patents (Eichenhofer and Sehliebs, 1976, 1977; Schirmann et al.
The technology, proposed by engineers at Daihatsu, a unit of Toyota, in Ryuo, Japan, uses a fuel called hydrazine hydrate, instead of hydrogen.