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Crystal Structure of Cyanuric Triazide

Nature volume 135, page 268 (16 February 1935) | Download Citation

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IN connexion with the discussion on dipole moments held by the Faraday Society at Oxford in April 1934, Sir William Bragg described1 briefly the results of a research, which I had been making on the structure of cyanuric triazide. A Fourier analysis of the measured X-ray intensities of (hkio) planes showed the three nitrogen atoms of the azide group to be in a straight line2. Details of the research were promised later and were held up for an absolute intensity determination to be made. The calculations are now completed and will, I hope, be published soon.

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    NATURE, 134, 138; 1934.

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    Trans. Far. Soc., 30, 826; 1934.

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    J. Chem. Phys., 1; 1935.

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  1. Davy Faraday Laboratory. Royal Institution, W.I.

    • I. ELLIE KNAGGS

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