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Sodium Azide

Product Name:Sodium azide

Other names:Sodium trinitride, Smite Azium

Usage:Mainly used for making Azide.and the organic synthesis of Medicine and pesticide etc, the Gasification agent of SRS (Supplemental Restraint System), Can also be used for anti-enzyme, serum anti-corrosion and determination of nitrogen content in water etc.

General Description:A colorless crystalline solid. Burns in air and may explode if large quantities are involved. Toxic by ingestion. Toxic oxides of nitrogen are produced in fires. Stability: 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.

Stability: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.

Air & Water Reactions:Soluble in water. Addition of water to Sodium azide which was heated caused a violent reaction, [Angew. Chem. 1952, 64, 169]. Dust may form an explosive mixture in air.

Reactivity Profile: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.

Health Hazard:Can cause death by affecting the central nervous system. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.

Fire Hazard: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.


Product Specification:
No.

ITEM

QUALITY

1
CAS NO
26628-22-8
2
MF
N3Na
3
MW
65.01
4
EINECS
247-852-1
5
Structure
6
UN NO
1687
7
HazardClass
6.1
8
Packing Group
II
9
Melting Point(℃)
275℃
10
Boiling Point(℃)
300℃
11
Density
1.85 g/cm3
12
Storage temp
2-8℃
13
Water Solubility
420 g/L (17℃)

Packing:≥ 25Kg/ Drum
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