lead azide(redirected from Lead(II) azide)
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lead azide[′led ′ā‚zīd]
Pb(N3)2 Unstable, colorless needles that explode at 350°C; lead azide is shipped submerged in water to reduce sensitivity; used as a detonator for high explosives.
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