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                アジ晒ナトリウム 晒W夛塀
                • CAS桑.26628-22-8
                • 晒W兆:アジ晒ナトリウム
                • e兆:アジ晒ナトリウム;アジドナトリウム;ナトリウムアザイド;蕎麗 アジ晒ナトリウム;嶇晒ナトリウム;アジ晒ナトリウム(ナトリウムアジド);アジ晒ナトリウム 0.1 M 卑匣;アジ晒ナトリウム, 99%;アジ晒ナトリウム, 98%
                • 哂Z晒壓頁]嗤k隈W兆:Sodium azide
                • 哂Ze兆:azium;Smite;kazoe;u-3886;nsc3072;nemazyd;nci-c06462;azydeksodu;Azidosodium;SODIUMAZIDO
                • CBNumber:CB1853409
                • Molecular Formula:N3Na
                • Formula Weight:65.01
                • MOL File:26628-22-8.mol
                アジ晒ナトリウム 麗尖來|
                • 蛮c  :275 °C
                • 経c  :300 °C
                • 曳嶷(畜業)  :1.85
                • Wc  :300 °C
                • Ai惷  :2-8°C
                • 卑盾來 :H2O: 1 M at 20 °C, clear, colorless
                • 翌  :Powder/Solid
                • 磨盾x協(Pka) :pK = 4.8, aq solns contains HN3 which escapes readily at 37<
                • 弼 :White to off-white
                • 曳嶷 :1.85
                • 株い (Odor) :Odorless solid
                • 邦卑盾業  :420 g/L (17 ºC)
                • Sensitive  :Air & Moisture Sensitive
                • Merck  :14,8581
                • 羽其沺弌― :Ceiling 0.3 mg/m3 in air (ACGIH).
                • 芦協來 :Unstable. Avoid heat, sources of ignition, moisture, shock, friction. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, mineral acids, water, halogen acids and halogen compounds, barium carbonate, bromine, carbon disulphide, mercury, dimethyl sulphate, common metals, especially brass, copper, lead, silver, strong acids.
                • CAS デ`タベ`ス :26628-22-8(CAS DataBase Reference)
                • EPAの晒W麗|秤 :Sodium azide (Na(N3))(26628-22-8)
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                Sodium azide 晒W蒙來,喘余Z,伏b圭隈

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                • 晒好W議蒙來 Colorless, hexagonal crystals. Decom- poses at about 300C. Soluble in water and in liquid ammonia; slightly soluble in alcohol; hydrolyzes to form hydrazoic acid. Combustible.
                • 晒W議蒙來 Sodium azide is a colorless to white, odorless, crystalline solid. Combustible solid above 300<C.
                • 聞喘 Biomedical Sciences
                  Sodium azide is a biocide that is used in making chemical preservatives that are used in laboratories and hospitals. In hospitals, it is used as a preservative in blood tests and diagnostic machines. Since the chemical is soluble, it can act as useful metabolic inhibitors that can affect the activities of numerous oxidative enzymes. Specifically, it inhibits oxidative enzymes that are involved in electron transport system respiration. However, accidents have occurred whenever sodium azide is used in a hospital setting; therefore, major bodies such as the CDC that deal with chemicals do not advise the use of the compound.
                  Automobiles Airbags
                  Before the 1990s, sodium azide was used in airbags. In airbags, when electricity heats sodium azide to approximately 300oC, it decomposes into two simple components, namely sodium and nitrogen gas. The decomposition of sodium azide happens very fast that the filling of the airbag with nitrogen gas occurs at a velocity of around 200 miles per hour.
                  Sodium azide is used for pest control due to its ready solubility in water. Nitrifying bacteria acts as a catalyst that decomposes the sodium azide solution to release nitrate, HN3, and NH4+ when added to the soil. It is noteworthy that these components have wide range of activity against nematodes, weeds, and phytopathogenic fungi that is soil-borne. The chemical is typically applied through drip irrigation to avoid reactivity of HN3 in the soil-air space that can eventually result in an active compound that can be ineffective for pest control.
                  When combined with other metals such as copper (Cu), lead (Pb), and mercury (Hg), sodium azide becomes unstable and explosive. As such, it is mostly used as detonators due to its explosive nature.
                  A summary of main uses is listed in the table below:
                  Chemical manufacture
                  Preparation of other inorganic azide compounds, such as lead azide and silver azide
                  Preparation of organic azide compounds
                  Azidation agent
                  Pest control of soil-borne pathogens
                  Crop selection of plants such as rice,barley or oats
                  Preparation of tetrazoles pharmaceutical intermediates
                  Raw material
                  Automobile airbags and aircraft safety chutes
                  Gas source/generates n2 after automobile crash
                  Antisepsis and sterilization
                  Preservation of bulk reagents and stock solutions in hospitals and laboratories
                  Biocide/inhibits the cytochrome oxidase in gram-negative bacteria
                  Photographic emulsion
                  Preservative/works without influencing the performance of photographic emulsion
                  Manufacture of detonating agent(lead azide)
                  Raw material
                  Manufacture of synthetic resin
                  Foaming agent/generates N2 during the reaction
                  Manufacture of Na
                  Raw material/2NaN3→2Na+3N2
                • 聞喘 Sodium azide is used in making othermetal azides, therapeutically to control bloodpressure, as a propellant for automotivesafety bags, as a preservative for laboratoryreagents, as an analytical reagent, andin organic synthesis. It is also used as anantifading reagent for immunofluorescence(Boeck et al. 1985).
                • 協x sodium azide: A white or colourlesscrystalline solid, NaN3, soluble inwater and slightly soluble in alcohol;hexagonal; r.d. 1.846; decomposes onheating. It is made by the action ofnitrogen(I) oxide on hot sodamide(NaNH2) and is used as an organicreagent and in the manufacture ofdetonators.
                • 郡鬋廛蹈侫`ル Sodium azide is unstable. Decomposes rapidly or explosively at about 300<C [Hawley]. May explode if shocked. Forms violently explosive products if exposed to carbon disulfide. Can be sensitized toward decomposition by metal salts (especially heavy metal salts such as silver chloride) or by traces of strong acids [Sax, 9th ed., 1996, p. 298].
                • 裡來 Highly toxic. Lung damage and cardiac impairment. Questionable carcinogen.
                • 宗慎ハザ`ド Can cause death by affecting the central nervous system. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.
                • 宗慎ハザ`ド Sodium azide is a highly toxic compound;the order of toxicity is the same as that ofhydrazoic acid. It is converted to hydrazoicacid in water. The aqueous solutions ofsodium azide contains hydrazoic acid, whichescapes at 37<C (98<F), presenting a dangerof inhalation toxicity.
                  Sodium azide, by itself, is a severe acutetoxicant causing hypotension, headache,tachpnea, hypothermia, and convulsion.The toxic symptoms from ingestion of100C200 mg in humans may result inheadache, respiratory distress, hypermotility,and diarrhea. An oral intake of 10C20 g may be fatal to humans. The target organsare primarily the central nervous system andbrain. There are reports on azide poisoningof brain and nerve tissue (ACGIH 1986;Mettler 1972). Owing to the availability ofelectron pairs in azide ion for coordinatebonding, azide forms strong complexes withhemoglobin, which blocks oxygen transportto the blood (Alben and Fager 1972).
                  LD50 value, oral (rats): 27 mg/kg
                  Sodium azide is strongly mutagenic in theAmes test. However, it shows a very weakmutagenic effect on Saccharomyces cerevisiaeC658-K42 (Morita et al. 1989). Macoret al. (1985) found that light decreased themutagenic effect of sodium azide to inducehereditary bleaching of Euglena gracilis.Carcinogenicity of this compound on animalsor humans has not yet been fully established,although skin and endocrine tumors in ratshave been observer (NIOSH 1986).
                • 宗慎ハザ`ド The acute toxicity of sodium azide is high. Symptoms of exposure include lowered blood pressure, headache, hypothermia, and in the case of serious overexposure, convulsions and death. Ingestion of 100 to 200 mg in humans may result in headache, respiratory distress, and diarrhea. Target organs are primarily the central nervous system and brain. Sodium azide rapidly hydrolyzes in water to form hydrazoic acid, a highly toxic gas that can escape from solution, presenting a serious inhalation hazard. Symptoms of acute exposure to hydrazoic acid include eye irritation, headache, dramatic decrease in blood pressure, weakness, pulmonary edema, and collapse. Solutions of sodium azide can be absorbed through the skin. Sodium azide has not been found to be carcinogenic in humans. Chronic, low-level exposure may cause nose irritation, episodes of falling blood pressure, dizziness, and bronchitis.
                • 諮栂j When heated to decomposition, Sodium azide emits very toxic fumes of nitrogen oxides; explosive. Forms explosive-sensitive materials with some metals such as lead, silver, mercury or copper. May form toxic hydrazoic acid fumes in fire. Containers may explode in fire. Avoid acids, benzoyl chloride and potassium hydroxide; bromine; carbon disulfide; copper; lead; nitric acid; barium carbonate; sulfuric acid; chromium (II) hypochlorite, dimethyl sulfate, water, dibromomalononitrile, lead, silver, copper, mercury. Hazardous polymerization may not occur.
                • 諮栂j Flammability hazard is low, but violent decomposition can occur when heated to 275 <C. Decomposition products include oxides of nitrogen and sodium oxide.
                • 伴來と卯k來 Flammability hazard is low, but violent decomposition can occur when heated to 275 <C. Decomposition products include oxides of nitrogen and sodium oxide.
                • 芦畠來プロファイル Poison by ingestion, skin contact, intraperitoneal, intravenous, and subcutaneous routes. Human systemic effects by ingestion: general anesthesia, somnolence, and hdney changes. Questionable carcinogen with experimental tumorigenic data. Human mutation data reported. Violent reaction with benzoyl chloride combined with KOH, Br2, barium carbonate, CS2, Cr(OCl)2, Cu, Pb, HNO3, BaCO3, H2SO4, hot water, (CH3)2SO4, dibromomalononitrile, sulfuric acid. Incompatible with acids, ammonium chloride + trichloroacetonitrile, phosgene, cyanuric chloride ,2,5 -dinitro3 methylbenzoic acid + oleum, trifluroroacryloyl chloride. Reacts with heavy metals (e.g., brass, copper, lead) to form dangerously explosive heavy metal azides, a particular problem in laboratory equipment and drain traps. When heated to decomposition it emits very toxic fumes of NOx and Na2O. See also AZIDES.
                • Iばく其 Sodium azide is used as preservative and diluent. It has been used for a wide variety of military, laboratory, medicine, and commercial purposes. It is used extensively as an intermediate in the production of lead azide, commonly used in detonators, and other explosives. Reported to be used in automobile air-bag inflation. One of the largest potential exposure is that to automotive workers, repairmen, and wreckers, if sodium azide is used as the inflation chemical. Commercial applications include use as a fungicide, nematocide, and soil sterilizing agent and as a preservative for seeds and wine. The lumber industry has used sodium azide to limit the growth of enzymes responsible for formation of brown stain on sugar pine, while the Japanese beer industry used it to prevent the growth of a fungus which darkens its product. The chemical industry has used sodium azide as a retarder in the manufacture of sponge rubber, to prevent coagulation of styrene and butadiene latexes stored in contact with metals; and to decompose nitrites in the presence of nitrates.
                • Ai In particular, work with sodium azide should be conducted in a fume hood to prevent exposure by inhalation, and appropriate impermeable gloves and splash goggles should be worn at all times to prevent skin and eye contact. Containers of sodium azide should be stored in secondary containers in a cool, dry place separated from acids.
                • 僕圭隈 UN1687 Sodium azide, Hazard Class: 6.1; Labels: 6.1-Poisonous materials.
                • 晒圭隈 Crystallise sodium azide from hot water or from water by adding absolute EtOH or acetone. Also purify it by repeated crystallisation from an aqueous solution saturated at 90o by cooling it to 10o, and adding an equal volume of EtOH. The crystals are washed with acetone, and the azide is dried at room temperature under vacuum for several hours in an Abderhalden pistol. Its solubility in H2O is 42% at 18o, and in EtOH it is 0.22% at 0o. [Das et al. J Chem Soc, Faraday Trans 1 78 3485 1982, Schenk in Handbook of Preparative Inorganic Chemistry (Ed. Brauer) Academic Press Vol I pp 474-475 1963, Browne Inorg Synth 1 79 1939, Frierson Inorg Synth II 139 1946.] HIGHLY POISONOUS and potentially explosive.
                • 音才栽來 Reacts explosively and/or forms explosive and/or shock sensitive compounds with acids and many metals. Contact with water forms hydrazoic acid. Combustible solid (if heated above 275C). May explode when heated above its melting point, especially if heating is rapid. Reacts with acids; producing toxic, shock-sensitive, and explosive hydrogen azide. It forms explosive compounds with phosgene, brass, zinc, trifluoroacrylol fluoride, and nitrogendiluted bromine vapor. Reacts with benzoyl chloride and potassium hydroxide, bromine, carbon disulfide; copper, lead, nitric acid; barium carbonate; sulfuric acid; chromium (II) hypochlorite; dimethyl sulfate; dibromomalononitrile, silver, mercury. Over a period of time, sodium azide may react with copper, lead, brass, or solder in plumbing systems to form an accumulation of the highly explosive and shock-sensitive compounds of lead azide and copper azide
                • 麗のI尖 Consult with environmental regulatory agencies for guidance on acceptable disposal practices. Generators of waste containing this contaminant (−100 kg/mo) must conform to EPA regulations governing storage, transportation, treatment, and waste disposal. Disposal may be accomplished by reaction with sulfuric acid solution and sodium nitrate in a hard rubber vessel.Nitrogen dioxide is generated by this reaction and the gas is run through a scrubber before it is released to the atmosphere. Controlled incineration is also acceptable (after mixing with other combustible wastes) with adequate scrubbing and ash disposal facilities.
                アジ晒ナトリウム 貧送と和送のu瞳秤
                アジ晒ナトリウム 伏b二I
                26628-22-8, アジ晒ナトリウム キ`ワ`ド:
                • 26628-22-8
                • Sodium azide,azium
                • SodiuM azide, 99+%, for biocheMistry
                • azoturedesodium
                • nci-c06462
                • nemazyd
                • nsc3072
                • rcrawastenumberp105
                • sodium,azoturede
                • sodium,azoturede(french)
                • Sodium zaide
                • Sodium azide, 99.99+% metals basis
                • SODIUM AZIDE, REAGENTPLUS TM, >= 99.5%
                • Sodium azide 0.1 M Solution
                • SodiumAzideGr
                • SodiumAzideAr
                • SodiumAzideReagent
                • SodiumAzide99.5%
                • Sodium azide, extra pure, 99%
                • SODIUM AZIDE REAGENT (ACS)
                • Sodiumazide,98%
                • Sodium azide (as Hydrazoic acid vapor)
                • Hydrazoic azid sodium salt
                • Sodium azide, 99% min
                • Sodium Azide, practical
                • Additive Screening Solution 45/Fluka kit no 78374, Sodium azide solution
                • natriummajide
                • natriummazide
                • アジ晒ナトリウム
                • アジドナトリウム
                • ナトリウムアザイド
                • 蕎麗 アジ晒ナトリウム
                • 嶇晒ナトリウム
                • アジ晒ナトリウム(ナトリウムアジド)
                • アジ晒ナトリウム 0.1 M 卑匣
                • アジ晒ナトリウム, 99%
                • アジ晒ナトリウム, 98%
                • ナトリウム晒栽麗 (gなナトリウムcを茅く)
                • 灸侏署音頁f厘瀬x抻栽麗
                • 夛蛍
                • 署e晒栽麗