Treatment with sodium azide
: For chemical mutagenesis a chemical mutagen sodium azide
Chemical treatment: Sodium azide
(NaN3) of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 mM concentrations were freshly prepared in different beakers.
Data were analysed by analysis of variance using GENSTAT, with drainage time and azide
treatment as factors.
3] reacted with nitrogen to form ammonium azide
The pools were stored frozen at -70[degrees]C either without preservative, with sodium azide
(1 g/L), or with Bronidox (1 g/L).
These compounds were used to obtain azido-BODIPY derivatives from their reaction with sodium azide
and alkyne-BODIPYs by reaction with propargyl alcohol .
Carbohydrate-based sensors made by clicking azide
functionalized sugars onto alkyne terminated SAMs on gold could lead to potential applications in high-throughput characterization of carbohydrate-protein interactions.
Moreover, an energetic copolyether-ester thermoplastic elastomer was prepared by using glycidyl azide
polymer, a dihydroxyl terminated energetic polymer, as a macroinitiator for the polymerization of BMMPL or CMMPL.
Cysteine, ascorbic acid, sodium sulfite, citric acid, thiourea, sodium azide
, ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid disodium (EDTA) and sodium diethyldithiocarbamate (DETC) were used as PO inhibitors.
Corvine's key products are sodium azide
, trityl chloride, and ciprofloxacin.
The bomb was attached to a syringe containing lead azide
, a chemical initiator that would have detonated the PETN explosive packed into each printer cartridge, the report said.
They also said that each bomb was attached to a syringe containing lead azide
, a chemical initiator that would have detonated PETN explosives packed into each printer cartridge.