dinitride

dinitride
Any nitride having two nitrogen atoms per molecule

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  • Sulfur nitride — can refer to a number of sulfur nitrogen compounds: tetrasulfur tetranitride, S4N4 disulfur dinitride, S2N2 polythiazyl, (SN)x Additionally, some unstable species are known: mononitrogen monosulfide, SN, analogous to nitrogen monoxide, NO SN2,… …   Wikipedia

  • Polythiazyl — Chembox new ImageFile = Polythiazyl chain CM 3D balls.png ImageSize = 220px IUPACName = OtherNames = polythiazyl poly(sulfur nitride) Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = PubChem = SMILES = Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = (SN)x… …   Wikipedia

  • manganese — /mang geuh nees , neez /, n. Chem. a hard, brittle, grayish white, metallic element, an oxide of which, MnO2 (manganese dioxide), is a valuable oxidizing agent: used chiefly as an alloying agent in steel to give it toughness. Symbol: Mn; at. wt …   Universalium

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