Chapter 3 Hydrazine
Hydrate Market - Industry Analysis
In the case of an equimolar or 2/1 ratio of protected hydrazine
and benzyl bromide, relatively poor yields ranging from 13% to 30% were obtained at room temperature.
It potentially could have a shorter launch processing time than hydrazine
, which also would cut costs, Myers said.
The NCI studies said that hydrazine
sulfate had no benefit.
This behaviour is similar to that shown by Jeffrey and Wharton (1965) for the kinetics studies of the formation of hydrazine
hydrate by raschig process where the yield at first increased rapidly with temperature from 75 to 160[degrees]C and then levels off at 160[degrees]C.
Many of hydrazine
derivatives are used as agrochemicals, dyestuffs, and pharmaceuticals .
So we went up to the next large molecule, which is hydrazine
[a colorless liquid used in rocket fuels and chemical manufacturing, which can cause nervous system, kidney, and liver damage].
Fire crews were called when a driver reported sodium and ammonia-based hydrazine
leaking from drums in the back of his lorry.
The chemical, dimethyl hydrazine
, had come from Epichem in Bromborough where the man had been working.
On June 6, plant workers spilled 20 gallons of carcinogenic hydrazine
The mercury and 1,1-dimethyl hydrazine
badges provide users with two independent threshold levels.
5 to 10 meq/g of a carboxylic salt group and crosslinked to hydrazine
or a derivative of it.