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Sodium nitride
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CAS number 12136-83-3
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Except where noted otherwise, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C, 100 kPa)
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Sodium nitride (Na3N) is an extremely labile alkali metal nitride. It was synthesized by Dieter Fischer and Martin Jansen from the Max Planck institute for Solid-State Research in 2002 using a special technique involving atomic beams of sodium and nitrogen deposited onto a low-temperature sapphire substrate.

Sodium nitride is a crystalline solid at room temperatures. It forms an amorphous solid below room temperature, and decomposes into its elements at the temperature of 87 degrees Celsius.

References

1. 'Elusive Binary Compound Prepared' Chemical & Engineering News 80 No. 20 (20 May 2002)

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