Hydrazine definitions

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A colorless, fuming, corrosive hygroscopic liquid, H2 NNH2 , used in jet and rocket fuels.
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A colorless, corrosive, liquid base, H2NNH2, used as a jet and rocket fuel, a reducing agent, antioxidant, etc.
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A colorless, fuming, corrosive liquid with an odor like ammonia that is a powerful reducing agent. It can be combined with organic compounds to form jet and rocket fuels and is also used to make explosives, fungicides, medicines, and photographic chemicals. Chemical formula: N2H4.
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(inorganic chemistry, uncountable) A corrosive, fuming liquid, NH2-NH2, used as a rocket fuel.
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(organic chemistry, countable) Any member of the class of organic compounds formally derived from NH2-NH2.
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