carbazide


carbazide
\\ˈkärbəˌzīd, kärˈba-, -_zə̇d\ noun (-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary carb- + az- + -ide
2. : a crystalline explosive compound CO(N3)2 made by the action of nitrous acid on carbohydrazide : the azide of carbonic acid

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