dinitrogen tetroxide


dinitrogen tetroxide
A binary compound of nitrogen and oxygen, NO, that exists in equilibrium with nitrogen dioxide NO; it is a powerful oxidizing agent and is used in rocket propellants.

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  • Dinitrogen tetroxide — IUPAC name Dinitrogen tetraoxide …   Wikipedia

  • dinitrogen tetroxide — noun A colourless or pale yellow liquid (N2O4) used as an oxidant in rocket fuel • • • Main Entry: ↑dinitrogen …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dinitrogen trioxide — Dinitrogen trioxide …   Wikipedia

  • Dinitrogen pentoxide — Dinitrogen pentoxide …   Wikipedia

  • Dinitrogen oxide — can potentially refer to any of at least four compounds: Dinitrogen monoxide, more commonly known as nitrous oxide, N2O; Dinitrogen trioxide, N2O3; Dinitrogen tetroxide, N2O4, an unstable dimer of nitric oxide; Dinitrogen pentoxide, N2O5 …   Wikipedia

  • dinitrogen — /dī nīˈtrə jən/ adjective Denoting a chemical compound containing two nitrogen atoms ORIGIN: ↑di • • • dinitrogen tetroxide noun A colourless or pale yellow liquid (N2O4) used as an oxidant in rocket fuel …   Useful english dictionary

  • nitrogen tetroxide — noun dinitrogen tetroxide …   Wiktionary

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  • Nitrogen dioxide — Nitrogen dioxide …   Wikipedia

  • Bipropellant rocket — A bipropellant rocket engine is a rocket engine that uses two propellants (very often liquid propellants) which are kept separately prior to reacting to form a hot gas to be used for propulsion.In contrast, most solid rockets have single solid… …   Wikipedia


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