Urea Nitrate
Title: Urea Nitrate
CAS Registry Number: 124-47-0
Additional Names: Acidogen nitrate
Molecular Formula: CH5N3O4
Molecular Weight: 123.07
Percent Composition: C 9.76%, H 4.09%, N 34.14%, O 52.00%
Line Formula: CO(NH2)2.HNO3
Literature References: Prepn: DE 285259 (1914 to Osterr. Ver. Chem. Metallurg. Prod.), Frdl. 12, 97; and physicochemical props: T. R. Narayanan Kutty, A. R. Vasudeva Murthy, Indian J. Technol. 10, 305 (1972). Crystal structure: S. Harkema, D. Feil, Acta Crystallogr. B25, 589 (1969). Use to solubilize mineral phosphates in soils: D. N. Pathak, Fert. Technol. 15, 154 (1978). Use for nitration of aromatic amines: T. P. Sura et al., Synth. Commun. 18, 2161 (1988).
Properties: White, odorless leaflets. mp 152° with decompn. Flammable, may explode if exposed to heat, flame or shock. Soly (g/100g) at 0°: water 9.30, alcohol 1.35; at 65.3°: water 39.84, alcohol 8.84. The aq soln is acid.
Melting point: mp 152° with decompn
Use: As sensitizer for explosives; fertilizer; organic reagent.

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