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Cupric hydrazoate, Cu(N3)2

The only cupric nitride known is the Cupric hydrazoate, Cu(N3)2, a highly explosive substance of deep reddish-brown colour. It is formed by dissolving copper in hydrazoic acid, and by the action of sodium hydrazoate on cupric sulphate.
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