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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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These compounds were used to obtain azido-BODIPY derivatives from their reaction with sodium azide and alkyne-BODIPYs by reaction with propargyl alcohol [58].
The regioselective formation of (Beta)- hydroxy azides or (Beta)- hydroxy thiocyanates from epoxides is an important reaction in medicinal and organic chemistry.
The controlled decoration of surfaces and design of bio-interfaces are exemplified by the preparation of SAMs containing azido groups on well-defined electrode surfaces for reaction with alkynyl substrates, and immobilization of surface arrays of acetylene-containing oligonucleotides on to azide functionalized SAMs on gold.
Piermarini, Compressibility of Inorganic Azides, J.
A few reasons sodium azide may have been selected for use in airbags are it releases gas fast, the gas it releases is pure nitrogen (of course, when sodium azide is mixed with other explosive or pyrotechnic ingredients, the resulting gas composition is altered), and it's fairly stable when it's inside an airbag system under most environmental conditions automobiles encounter.
7 Schmidt Rearrangement Reactions with Alkyl Azides
For a discussion on the hazards associated with azides, see: Prudent Practice for Handling Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories, National Academic Press, Washington, DC, pp.
Click chemistry focuses mainly on reactions involving azides, a class of nitrogen-containing molecules, and alkynes, a group of hydrocarbons such as acetylene.
Novakup is a family of surface-modified particulate silica reinforcements, which can be treated with silanes, titanates, suffonyl azides, or glass resins.
As azido alcohols do not cyclisize under reductive conditions [8], an extra step of adding a leaving group into deprotected azide 7 was needed.
Surface modifiers currently offered include titanates, sulfonyl azide, ester-based wetting agents, and proprietary coatings.
Surface modifiers currently offered include: titanates, sulfonyl azide, ester-based wetting agents, and proprietary coatings.