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Azides

Sodium Azide

(26628-22-8)
Sodium azide is used in organic syntheses; in the preparation of hydrazoic acid, lead azide, pure sodium. Other application fields: in the differential selection of bacteria; in automatic blood counters; as preservative for laboratory reagents. Propellant for inflating automotive safety bags. Agricultural nematocide; herbicide; in fruit rot control.

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2'-Azido-2'-deoxyuridine

(26929-65-7)
2'-Azido-2'-deoxyuridine (N3dUrd) is a ribonucleotide reductase inhibitor. 2'-Azido-2'-deoxyuridine has anti-cancer activity[1].

4-AZIDOBENZOICACID

(6427-66-3)
A benzoic acid derivative used in photolysis reactions and biomaterial studies.

Hydrazoicacid

(7782-79-8)
Industrially in preparation of heavy metal azides for shell detonators.

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Lead azide

(13424-46-9)
As primer in explosives.In the form of dextrinated lead azide.

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silver azide

(13863-88-2)

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Azide compounds are a class of compounds containing three nitrogen-linked structures, generally represented by RN3. There are two kinds of these compounds, alkyl, aryl and acyl azides (RCON3). Azides are inhibitors of the electron transport system and are antimicrobial agents used as experimental preservatives.
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