HYDRAZINE HYDRATE GERMAN
Cas number: 7803-57-8
ChemSpider ID: 23056
Molecular Formula: H6N2O
Average mass: 50.060398 Da
Monoisotopic mass: 50.048012 Da
Melting Point: -52 ° C
Boiling Point: 120-121 ° C
Flash Point: 75 (167F) ° C
Specific Gravity: 1.027
Refractive Index: 1.4310
Chemical formula H6N2O is a colorless, volatile and easily flammable liquid, also known as washing soda, which can be dissolved in alcohol at any rate and slightly soluble in water. soluble in ratio. Solves iodine, bromine, essential oils, vegetable oils and resins, pure rubber and some plant alkaloids. It creates an important solvent for nitrocellulose when activated with alcohol. It is an auxiliary product which can be used in many sectors.
Production and Reactions
Hydrazine, hydrazine (N2H 4) is formed by passing NH2 group instead of hydrogen in ammonia. aqueous ammonia or urea with some components (gelatin or gum) under appropriate temperature and pressure is obtained by oxidation with pipochlorite. The product obtained contains 2% hydrazine.
NH3 + NaOCl? NaOH + NH2Cl (fast)
NH3 (g) + NH2Cl + NaOH? N2H4 + NaCl + H2O
The hydrazine hydrate can be formed by reacting the hydrazine (N2H4) reactively with water under appropriate conditions.
N2H4 + H2O? H6 N2O
Nitrogen gas can be produced in this way by oxidation of hydrazine.
N2H4 (s) + O2 (g)? N2 (g) + 2 H2O (s)
It is used in the treatment of tuberculosis.
Hydrazine is used as an explosive with a mixture of hydrate vapor with air or oxygen.
It is used as an additive in suitable components during production in this sector.
It is used in the pharmaceutical industry during the production of fungicides.
It is a component in water treatment chemicals in this sector.