Chemically trapped hydrazine

A great disadvantage in using hydrazine is the problem that hydrazine is highly toxic and dangerously unstable, especially in the anhydrous form. The Invention: A new family of hydrazine titanates, called LHT-9 (Layered Hydrazinium Titanate – 9 Å) containing chemically bound hydrazine (hydrazinium ion) intercalated into the interlayer space of the layered titanate dissolving this problem.
The LHT-9 can be used as:
• Carrier substances (chemical containers) containing chemically bound hydrazine and thus allowing to retrieve hydrazine and its compounds, including as possible sources of hydrazine for direct hydrazine fuel cells
• Matrices for carrying out inorganic, organic and bioorganic syntheses. Chemically bound hydrazine is used as active constituent
• Ion-exchange materials
• Reductive sorbents for recovery of noble metals (Rh, Pd, Pt, Au, Ir, Ag) from different industrial solutions
• Reluctant for reduction of U, Pu, Np and Tc in spent nuclear fuel;
• Precursors for preparation of composite nano-materials, including TiO2-Se nano-composites for Hg vapor scavenging.

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