Dinitroamina (DNA). Zwiazki z grupą -N(NO2)2 jako potencjalne składniki materiałów energetycznych
Iwona Cieślowska-Glińska , Michał Syczewski
AbstractThe methods of preparation and properties of dinitroamine HN(NO2)2 and its salts have been described. The use of many simple or complex salts of DNA can be considered as oxidizing components in the compositions of energetic materials. On the basis of DNA structure it was deduced that it would be possible to prepare ionic as well covalent organic compounds with -N(NO2)2 group. These compounds can be energetic materials alone as well as salts of DNA with organic cations and as complexes with organic ligands. High degree of interest in the synthesis and properties of DNA, its salts and new compounds with -N(NO2)2 group has been recently observed in literature. Main factors which accelerate studies on the synthesis and properties of DNA derivatives are the potential of their applicability and also the progress in our knowledge. Mercury dinitramide Hg(N3O4)2 was extremely interesting . It is covalent compound (O-salt) in a solid state as well as in the solution in nonpolar solvents. In polar solvents it dissociates forming mercury (II) cation and N3O4 anion. Hg(N3O4)2 can be useful reagent in organic synthesis similarly to other inorganic derivatives of mercury
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