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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Caption: FIGURE 1: SEM images of the samples obtained by reduction of nickel formate with hydrazine hydrate at temperatures of 100[degrees]C (a) and 110[degrees]C (b).