Sodium azide - CAS # 26628-22-8


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Chemical Name:  Sodium azide

Chemical Formula:  NaN3

CAS Number:  26628-22-8

EC Number (EINECS):  247-852-1

Synonyms:  azium, azide

Appearance:  odourless colourless hexagonal crystals

Melting Point:  275 C

Vapor Density:  2.2

Flash Point:  none

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.

Alternate Names:  Sodium Azide | NAN3

Department:  Wet

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Sodium azide

Emergency Response Guide Number:  153


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Related Analytes (Sodium azide):
Sodium phosphate dibasic dihydrate    Sodium chromate tetrahydrate    Sodium bisulfate monohydrate    Disodium hydrogen phosphate dodecahydrate    Sodium hypophosphite monohydrate    Sodium arsenate heptahydrate    2-formylbenzenesulfonic acid sodium salt    Sodium permanganate    Sodium tetrathionate dihydrate    Trisodium phosphate (sodium phosphate tribasic)   





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