diazonium


diazonium
any univalent cation, of general formula R-N; diazonium salts are used to manufacture azo dyes, and take part in the Sandmeyer reaction

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  • diazonium — ● diazonium nom masculin Cation R―N≢N, obtenu par action de l acide nitreux sur les amines primaires R―NH2 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • diazonium — [dī΄ə zō′nē əm] adj. [ DIAZ(O) + (AMM)ONIUM] designating or containing the organic radical N⋮N, which occurs in a series of aromatic compounds …   English World dictionary

  • Diazonium — Formule du diazonium Sels de diazonium …   Wikipédia en Français

  • diazonium — /duy euh zoh nee euhm/, adj. Chem. of or derived from a diazonium compound. [1890 95; DIAZ + onium, as in AMMONIUM] * * * …   Universalium

  • diazonium — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary di + az + onium Date: 1895 the monovalent cation N2+ that is composed of two nitrogen atoms united to carbon in an organic radical and that usually exists in salts used in the manufacture of azo …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Diazonium — Phenyldiazonium Ion Diazoniumsalze sind eine Stoffklasse organisch chemischer Verbindungen mit der allgemeinen Strukturformel R N2+. Dabei stellt R einen organischen, meist aromatischen Rest dar. Die einfachsten Vertreter dieser Stoffgruppe sind… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • diazonium — di·a·zo·ni·um .dī ə zō nē əm n the monovalent cation N2+ that is composed of two nitrogen atoms united to carbon in an organic radical and that usu. exists in salts used in the manufacture of azo dyes …   Medical dictionary

  • diazonium — n. univalent cation R N:N (R is an aromatic hydrocarbon) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diazonium — [ˌdʌɪə zəʊnɪəm] noun [as modifier] Chemistry of or denoting an organic cation containing two nitrogen atoms bonded together, present in many synthetic dyes. Origin C19: coined in Ger. from diazo (indicating the presence of two nitrogen atoms) +… …   English new terms dictionary

  • diazonium — di·a·zo·ni·um …   English syllables


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