sodium azide


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sodium azide

[′sōd·ē·əm ′ā‚zīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NaN3 Poisonous, colorless crystals; soluble in water and liquid ammonia; decomposes at 300°C; used in medicine and to make lead azide explosives.
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Lack of interaction of single strand breaks in mammalian cells by sodium azide and its proximal mutagens.
lechleri latex was found on the mutagenic activity of the directly acting mutagens 2-Nitrofluorene and Sodium Azide.
Results were compared to chemical agents known to control brown stain (sodium thiosulfate in Minnesota; sodium azide in Wisconsin).
Chemical treatment: Sodium azide (NaN3) of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 mM concentrations were freshly prepared in different beakers.
The samples were waterlogged with distilled water to give a 1 cm layer of water at the surface, and then either sodium azide (Na[N.
The pools were stored frozen at -70[degrees]C either without preservative, with sodium azide (1 g/L), or with Bronidox (1 g/L).
Chloroethanol, triethylamine, and sodium azide were Tianjin Kewei and were used as received.
Cysteine, ascorbic acid, sodium sulfite, citric acid, thiourea, sodium azide, ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid disodium (EDTA) and sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (DETC) were used as PO inhibitors.
In January last year, the Health and Welfare Ministry designated sodium azide as a deadly poison.
isolation - sodium azide decomposes in milliseconds following a collision to produce nitrogen gas which inflates airbags.
The suit claims that between 1991-99, numerous fires, explosions and releases have occurred at the plant, emitting sodium azide and its derivations into the air, exposing the community to toxic substances.
serum anti-ab a03n0076 monoclonal fco 10 ml reagents prepared from igm class monoclonal antibodies secreted by hybridoma cell lines of mouse in a buffered solution containing 1 g / l sodium azide as a preservative.