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Cadmium Azide, Cd(N3)2

Cadmium Azide, Cd(N3)2, was obtained by Curtius and Rissom by dissolving cadmium carbonate in azoimide and evaporating in a desiccator. It crystallises in yellow tabular biaxial crystals. It does not explode under the hammer, but decomposes with a brilliant light when heated, though without any noteworthy detonation.

The decomposition of 1 grm. is accompanied by the evolution of 0.558 Cal.

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