Pertaining to or containing the divalent radical N:N.
Containing the divalent radical N:N.
Containing a nitrogen group, especially one nitrogen atom doubly bonded to another nitrogen atom. Many common dyes contain one or a few of these groups.
Containing a nitrogen group, especially one attached at both ends in a covalent bond to other groups.
Containing two nitrogen atoms joined by a double bond, with each nitrogen atom attached to another group.
A prefix that means “containing an azo group attached at both ends to other groups,” as in the compound azobenzene.
(organic chemistry) Having a bivalent azo group (-N=N-) as a substituent.