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F. Inorg. , 1950, 3, 176 It reacts even more vigorously with most substances than does cobalt fluoride. See other METAL HALIDES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0015. Silver amide [65235-79-2] AgH2N + H N Ag H Brauer, 1965, Vol. 2, 1045 Extraordinarily explosive when dry. See Nitrogen triiodide—silver amide See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, SILVER COMPOUNDS 7 0016. Silver N-nitrosulfuric diamidate [] AgH2N3O4S O + O N Ag + N O S O H N H Sorbe, 1968, 120 The silver salt of the nitroamide is explosive. See other N-METAL DERIVATIVES, N—NITRO COMPOUNDS, SILVER COMPOUNDS 0017.

Translation HSE 11270, 1986 available from HSE/LIS) The explosive nature of mixtures of aluminum or magnesium with methanol or water is detailed. See Magnesium: Methanol Niobium oxide, Sulfur 491M, 1975, 28 A mixture caused a serious fire. , above Nitro compounds, Water Hajek, V. , Research, 1951, 4, 186—191 Dry mixtures of picric acid and aluminium powder are inert, but addition of water causes ignition after a delay dependent upon the quantity added. Other nitro compounds and nitrates are discussed in this context.

See other ALLOYS 0051. Aluminium amalgam (Aluminium—mercury alloy) [12003-69-9] (1:1) Al AlÀHg Hg 1. Neely, T. A. , Org. , 1965, 45, 109 2. Calder, A. , Org. , 1975, 52, 78 The amalgamated aluminium wool remaining from preparation of triphenylaluminium will rapidly oxidise and become hot on exposure to air. Careful disposal is necessary [1]. Amalgamated aluminium foil may be pyrophoric and should be kept moist and used immediately [2]. See other ALLOYS 0052. 7% Li) Al AlÀLi Li Water Jacoby, J. E.

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