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Potassium azide react with hydrogen

KN3 + H2 → KNH2 + N2

Potassium azide react with hydrogen to produce potassium and amide nitrogen. This reaction takes place at a temperature near 250°C. Impurities: ammonia NH3. In this reaction, the catalyst is can be platinum.

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Сoding to search: KN3 + H2 cnd [ temp ] = KNH2 + N2

Add / Edited: 06.06.2015 /

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