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Hydrazine

hydrazine n. A colorless, fuming, corrosive hygroscopic liquid, H 2 NNH 2 , used in jet and rocket.

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HYDRAZINE
Hydrazine is a highly reactive base and reducing agent.
hydrazine - ScienceLab.com
Oct 9, 2005 p. 1. 3.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH GUIDELINE FOR
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HYDRAZINE 1. Exposure Data
HAZARD ASSESSMENT REPORT Hydrazine

Suggested News Resources

45th Space Wing Supports Successful Atlas V Juno Launch
In addition, 12 monopropellant hydrazine REAs will provide attitude control for the Juno spacecraft throughout its journey and insertion into Jupiter's orbit slated for July 2016.
Astrolite: The Liquid Land Mine
Invented by chemist Gerald Hurst while at the Atlas Powder Company, Astrolite technically is a family of binary liquid-state high explosives that are formed when you mix ammonium nitrate and anhydrous hydrazine (the rocket fuel).
The evolving ecosystem of NewSpace
At Space Access, Max Vozoff discussed work by Innovative Space Propulsion Systems (ISPS), a company commercializing NOFBX, a new monopropellant based on nitrous oxide intended to replace hydrazine in space applications.
Aerojet Solid Rocket Boosters Help Launch Juno Mission
In addition, 12 monopropellant hydrazine REAs will provide attitude control for the Juno spacecraft throughout its journey and insertion into Jupiter's orbit slated for July 2016.
Aerojet celebrates 13th successful launch with Juno rocket
Once in space, 12 monopropellant hydrazine rocket engine assemblies will propel and maneuver the Juno craft. This was the 13th successful Atlas V launch with Aerojet solid rocket boosters, the company reported.

Suggested Web Resources

Hydrazine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hydrazine is an inorganic compound with the formula N2H4. It is a colourless flammable liquid with an ammonia-like odor.
HYDRAZINE
Hydrazine is a highly reactive base and reducing agent.
Hydrazine | Technology Transfer Network Air Toxics Web site | US
Individuals may be exposed to hydrazine in the workplace or to small amounts in tobacco smoke.
ATSDR - Redirect - ToxFAQs™: Hydrazine
Jul 19, 2010 Hydrazines are colorless liquids that are used in rocket fuels, chemical manufacturing, and as boiler water treatments.
The Truth About Hydrazine Sulfate - Dr. Gold Speaks
May 28, 2009 For some time now I have refrained from making any comments in regard to information on the Internet concerning hydrazine sulfate.

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